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    Default Fly tying room

    Hi all I am sure this has been done but i am going to ask any way. I have just moved house and i am setting my tying room up. Would people be willing to share there tying rooms in pics and give me some ideas of the best set ups. I have a large amount of gear so interested to see how the best way to organize it all is.

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    Here's my room - courtesy of the nice people at Ikea ...

    My tying desk with shelves above for fly tying books ...


    Storage for 'small' materials ...


    Handy storage unit for various boxes etc, a mixture of drawers and cupboads ...


    Some more bulk materials ..


    A cabinet that holds some reels with a space beside to accomodate some of my more often used rods...
    Last edited by taterdu; 18-06-2013 at 02:27 PM.

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    a bit of a mess but i know were every thing is alan

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    Jeezo! a whole room? my wife lets me tie in the Kitchen, easker1

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    Great set ups i must say i am lucky i have a room for it but want to make sure i get it right as i dont want to be re doing it in a few years time.

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    my advice would be to have all materials / tools within reaching distance so that you don't have to climb over the wifes shoe rack to get the marabou!

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    My advice would be, rent the room out to students and use the income to buy all the flies you would ever need and pay for fishing holidays.
    http://www.rutlandwaterflyfishers.co.uk/

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    taterdu your one lucky person i get stuck under the stairs i feel like harry potter without the magic wand.

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    Default Re: Fly tying room

    Quote Originally Posted by taterdu View Post
    Here's my room - courtesy of the nice people at Ikea ...

    My tying desk with shelves above for fly tying books ...


    Storage for 'small' materials ...


    Handy storage unit for various boxes etc, a mixture of drawers and cupboads ...


    Some more bulk materials ..


    A cabinet that holds some reels with a space beside to accomodate some of my more often used rods...
    Dear Life! You tie two flies at once!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by little al View Post

    a bit of a mess but i know were every thing is alan
    Are the bars on the window to keep you in or someone else out?

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