The Laurel Creek Fly Storage Cabinet
So, where do you store all the flies you tie?
As a fly-tyer, myself, I’ve accumulated hundreds of flies. I don’t know how many times I’ve sat down and tied a dozen prince nymphs, only to open an old tote in the corner of the room the next day to find a couple dozen the same size that I tied last year!
Because I know I’m not alone, I’ve created the Laurel Creek Fly Storage Cabinet.
Here are the specs:
The cabinet is built with pine and stands approximately 28” high x 17” wide and has a depth of 11 ½”.
There are eight (8) drawers in the cabinet, which measure 8” x 7 ½”, with a depth of 1 ½”. Removable dividers are included, which create a total of 72 compartments. You can store anything from #22 midges to musky flies with 5/0 hooks! These drawers are made with wooden slides and are separated by an 1/8” between drawers, so they can be easily removed.
A hand-painted fish is placed on top of the cabinet – choose any fish patterns available. A Cutthroat Trout is painted on this cabinet.
You may also choose from any of the wood stains I have available. .
Nickle and brass knobs are also available.
Please send me an email, firstname.lastname@example.org, telling me which fish, stain, and knobs (black, silver, brass) you would like on your cabinet.
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The Laurel Creek Cabinet