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  1. I wanted a fishing rod rack for my topper, but I didn't want to drill any holes in it. I looked for products in stores and on-line and didn't find a thing. So..... I came up with this idea. Welding is required, but maybe this will give someone an idea on design and use wood or PVC. Anyway...... The best part about this rack, is the fact that it is strong enough to use as a utility rack. I hang groceries, hunting gear, clothes, lantern, etc... on it. Love this thing. It's my 4th one that I built over the years (my friends wanted one in theirs too). Check it out!
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    Duck season

    Love those Goose Biots you get from the primary feathers! Best part of a goose.
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    Bread Box Fly Tying Bench -homemade

    Thought I'd share the best/most useful, fly tying bench I ever made. Watch those garage sales for these old boxes. I've made 3 so far, and I plan to buy every one that I can find. Hope you enjoy this as much as I do.
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    Bread Box Fly Tying Bench - Homemade

    This is simply a portable work station. I'll use this mainly on coffee tables, in motels, and camping situations. I put my materials in a travel binder I bought from cabelas and sometimes a briefcase is handy. There's not a desk big enough to hold all my materials!
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    Bread Box Fly Tying Bench - Homemade

    Here's an idea I came up with after inheriting my Grandma's old wooden bread box. It looked like a miniature fly tying desk, so I decided to make it into one. It was so easy to make, that I decided to go on Craigslist and find another one real cheap. Anyone can do this...... I made a video on how to make one, and put it on you tube. If you like it, send the link to your fly tying friends. The store-bought ones are CRAZY EXPENSIVE... this one I think is classier, and of course easy on the pocket book.