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Default Re: Turning wood for rods

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Originally Posted by caseywise View Post
hey dan,
that guys studio is only about 12 miles from where i grew up
right near a really nice stretch of the river.
he does some amazing work!
that stabilized wood he is selling sure is cool, i would love to
have a custom knife with the handle scales made out of that.
hmmmmmm

casey
I guess he makes some killer custom pool cues. You need to sell your first born to get some of wood though. I can't imagine what the pool cues go for. Seemed like a pretty nice guy on the phone.
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Originally Posted by Hardyreels View Post
Ever heard of using birch or spruce burls? I have some giant ones out at the cabin.
Yah I have. Once they are stabilized the Birch should be as tough as anything else.
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