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Old 01-08-2008, 01:04 AM   #1
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16 1/2 x 26 5/8 Birch plywood. My design from someone else's drawing so I can't give out the pattern...sorry

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you can't give out this pattern....
if I remember right, back when you did that bass you promised us you would do a trout...
and I like this one!

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WOW! That is cool!! If you do get permission to sell that pattern let us know. I would love to do that one.
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Well executed and the wood grain really works.
I really like how you have done the pine needles!
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Charlie, that is some awesome cutting, fine detail in every aspect......MIKE
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And Charlie is so casual about. Every other day, "Oh, here's another one." Do you ever sleep man. Each one looks better than the last.

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As always - fantastic. Great balance in the design with the trees and fish. I do think however, that you are terrible to tease us all by doing all these great designs that you cannot make available.

Keep it up.
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Super work Charlie. A great pattern and wonderful cutting.
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Fine cutting there. The grain is well chosen and positioned for fretwork.

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