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Old 03-06-2014, 12:05 PM
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Default Wood flyboxes

After a couple weeks of being buried in special orders, Ive finally had some time to play! well, play to me means design and build stuff I dream up

Buckeye Burl is one of those woods that just doesn't pay off. Theres just way too much waste per board foot, and with prices at a premium, I am really a glutton to continue buying it. But I still do and some times I get rewarded. This is one of those times!

The really complex burl grains may have questionable stability. So when necessary, I chemically stabilize the wood in a vacuum chamber. Drawing all the air out of the wood and replacing it with a hardener. The result multiplies the strength of the wood exponentially. Making the most amazing woods usable!

Here is a fly box I just finished using this process. This is some of the most complex, beautiful burl wood I have ever seen! Keep in mind that every one of my boxes are one of a kind. As unique as stones in a stream. There will never be another one just like this (as is the case with all my products)

**This box has SOLD**

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This box is available here along with many other unique beauties!

"The Riffle" Pocket box. Buckeye Burl | Flygrain


Here is another one of my favorites. My original pocket box made with the highest grade spalted maple. I LOVE this box!

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Spalted Maple Pocket box | Flygrain


Also, now thru this weekend if you spend $100 or more you will get %20 off! This is a site-wide sale! Just enter this discount code upon checkout. UTFU0OP3T0VY

Last edited by Flygrain; 03-06-2014 at 06:41 PM.
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