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Fly on the Wheel fly storage

A neat way to display and store flies in shops and lodges - or on the table of the productive fly-tyer

May 7th 2014/mj

Fly display

Tyler and Patty Johnson runs a small business out of Sedro Woolley in Washington state in the US, right on the famous Skagit River, and their special products also carry the name of the river, namely the Skagit Fly Wheel. The Fly Wheel is a simple, carrousel like storage for flies, meant to be out on display on counters or tables, and aimed at shops, lodges and the productive fly tier, who wants to flash their selection or production of flies.

It 's constructed of a number of layers of wood or vinyl and foam, where you can mount your flies. It rotates for easy view and access and comes in three sizes:
6" - available in vinyl only
9" - vinyl and custom wood top
12" - vinyl and custom wood top

Customization is available for all three sizes and a personalized logo can be added to the top of the display for a 50 USD set up fee. Prices very from about 55 USD to 135.- depending on size and customization choices.

Fly on the Wheel also make rod racks for wall mounting, and has models for both fly and spinning rods.

Rod rack and customized Fly Wheel



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