Fly Tying Box
You can try casting about for a better fly-tying box but you won't find a more handsome organizer than this one crafted from very solid Baltic birch plywood.
Made to take out in the field, its drawers hold finished flies, supplies, smaller boxes, and specialized tools. Add a brass nameplate and you've got a family heirloom so special it might just outlast all those fish tails you've been telling! Plan includes detailed view of fly-tying box, materials list (including hardware), step-by-step instructions, and full-color photographs. From Building the Perfect Tool Chest by Jim Stack.
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- Advice on building
- Helpful illustrations
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