Discussion in 'San Diego Long Range fishing Reports' started by XL1, Feb 3, 2012.
We'll shit it turns out All I need is a Zip lock now aday 4/24/19 keep your Big "I don't know what I'm doing Box at home"rs
Less can be more for sure.
Wooden tackle boxes are cool. I couldn't build one without help. Worth admiring. I always stop to take a look.
I'm literally going to use 1 large zip lock bag and 2 mediums as a tackle box soon. Going back to the basic fundamentals and roots of fishing for me, but with a short fluoro top shot 10'+. For real tunafish. Not yellows they get straight short mono in regular water conditions (not Lupe)
But love gear. Not flying what I have. No check on
Done side handle rubber feet casters and extend
I had my buddy Josh build me a new short range tacklebox and couldn't be happier with the results. He's got some serious skills.
PM me if you want his info. He is a standup guy and is really reasonably priced for the quality of product received. He can build any type of box you want. Completely custom to your specs.
He did NOT just double boxjoint that, did he??
Mad skills - beautiful work!
Yes he did, double jointed the box with three different types of wood. He also used navy grade marine varnish to seal it all up. Not only is the dude a scientist and a scholar, he is a woodworking master, a true artist in his craft. I couldn't be happier with the results; it is exactly what I wanted and then some.
Now I'm going to have him build me a long range box. Anyone interested in a slightly used skb 7200?
To better appreciate the work involved in making this type of joint, you might want to check this out:
Here is one for sale if some of you need one: www.bdoutdoors.com/forums/threads/beautiful-wooden-tackle-box.718082/
Here is a newly completed Series 7 box shipping to Texas. It is constructed of solid American black walnut with 100% stainless steel hardware throughout.
Beautiful work Mark. I really like the shelves - that's a classy look.
Wow, Mark. That is the best work you have posted to date.
Thanks. I try to improve with each project.
I have seen many Mark's boxes. They are so well thought out and the workmanship is spectacular!
Thanks for all the inspiration on this forum, I took on making a tackle box that is functional and decent to look at. Walnut and cherry. Penetrating oil. Four trays plus a built-in upper tray under the lid.
Wood Tackle Box by Finn Clipper posted Jul 8, 2019 at 8:26 PM
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