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Re: What's your tying setup look like?

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Teaching 'em to tie early! I like it, GM!

Posted on: 2011/2/16 14:17


Re: What's your tying setup look like?

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I cleaned up lastnight...

wood table is good for beer drinking and tying... fit 4 people
pegboard holds a bunch... and all out of use stuff is in boxes

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Close up on my tying table

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Posted on: 2011/2/16 14:44


Re: What's your tying setup look like?

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Here is mine! Well this is how it looked last year. Kind of messy now.

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Posted on: 2011/2/16 22:25
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Re: What's your tying setup look like?

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Something to be said for occassionally moving the tying station to a new view.

Posted on: 2011/2/18 10:57
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Re: What's your tying setup look like?

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Waspi dubbing wax? I digress.

Posted on: 2011/2/18 16:33


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I've been lazy, I also never ordered tubes nor have i found a dirt cheap pot in a dollar store or second hand shop.

I finally broke out the Overton's Heritage gave me awhile back, and yeah, there's no damned comparision to the Waspi "Premium Dubbing Wax." None.

Posted on: 2011/2/18 17:46
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Re: What's your tying setup look like?

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I bought some Loon HiTak and it's quite nice, not gonna lie.

Posted on: 2011/2/18 18:02


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Since I have the day off and the streams are blown out, I figured I tidy up the bench and take a few photos.
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Posted on: 2011/3/7 13:20
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Re: What's your tying setup look like?

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Wow... I carry all my materials and tools in a cardboard box and take them out and set up on the kitchen table HA. I need a set up like one of these pictured. Great stuff here, guess I need to clean out the spare room!

Posted on: 2011/3/7 13:25


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Figure I would post the awesome Tying table that Jdaddy made for me and Ha finished with some hardware. It's beautiful and already a mess! Thanks Jdizzle and HA!

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Posted on: 2011/3/7 13:44
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Re: What's your tying setup look like?

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Nate, I did that for years before I found this table at a second-hand store for $35. Pulling everything out each time to tie was a pain in the rear, plus I couldn't walk away from it or the cat would start playing with the feathers. A table with a closing top works great for me as I can close it up if I need to leave the bench for a while.

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Re: What's your tying setup look like?

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Nice! I don't have to worry about the cat (although I do steal some hair from him for dubbing :P) but my flippin' kids (2yrs and 2 months) are either trying to play with my tying stuff or they want my attention and I don't get anything done. Maybe I should set up shop in the attic!

Posted on: 2011/3/7 13:50


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Buy a big tool box, makes life way easier. Also, lockable!

Posted on: 2011/3/7 13:58
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amazing facilities you guys have. I fish for mountain brookies, so I think about maps more than flies, but here's my "vise" and setup ($12 in tools & materials) for fast first tie of super hi viz winter worms. eat your hearts out :)

http://www.flickr.com/photos/22661054@N00/5514909864/

Posted on: 2011/3/10 8:01

Edited by k-bob on 2011/3/10 8:35:01
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Re: What's your tying setup look like?

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Quote:

k-bob wrote:
amazing facilities you guys have. I fish for mountain brookies, so I think about maps more than flies, but here's my "vise" and setup ($12 in tools & materials) for fast first tie of super hi viz winter worms. eat your hearts out :)

http://www.flickr.com/photos/22661054@N00/5514909864/


I'm sorry, but a rusty adjustable wrench clearly doesn't have enough snob appeal to be able to tie a san juan worm for trout. Please come back when you've spent at least $300 on a vise that appears to have been borne from the space program.

Although, the vast utility and appeal is pretty astounding. Tie the flies, fix your car, and priest teh fish all with one multitool.

Posted on: 2011/3/10 8:50
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