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Old 01-10-2018, 05:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I make custom fishing tackle boxes regularly, but rarely for me. I had a bit of quilted mahogany left from a previous build and decided to make a slightly shorter jig box as a result. I have made ten of these for others and now I have one. This weekend it will see its first voyage to catch big bluefin, yellowtail and rockfish - all fish I love to catch. It was loaded with 50 jigs after these photos were taken.

Pretty good rainy cold shop day adding the hardware to this tackle box, packing for the fishing trip and turning/assembling five alumilite sierras.
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Beautiful work, Mark !!! . Enjoy !!!
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stunning piece of work Mark.. great job
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Fabulous!
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Awesome!
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Very nice!
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Whew... That's way nice to be banging around on a boat out in the ocean! Good luck on your trip.
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Mark, your tackle boxes are awesome, thanks for sharing!
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Hard to believe they are still catching Bluefin and yellowtail. Good luck on your trip. You do awesome work thanks for sharing
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