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Stadie & Mangrum
Custom Fly Fishing Cabinetry

Features

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“A generational timepiece focused on the solidarity of the sport of flyfishing”

For more than 2 years at Stadie & Mangrum we have worked effortlessly to design and create our Signature Series fly fishing cabinetry. Basing our finished products on much sought after heirloom style furniture, the Stadie & Mangrum Signature Series provides warmth and beauty from its multi species burled, crotched, and straight line veneers. Inset doors, drawers, and mitered edging continue to accommodate a more contemporary and seamless design, while soft close hardware, and rolling industrial casters provide excellent ease of use and maneuverability.

Every cabinet designed and constructed at Stadie & Mangrum is perfected as it passes through the hands of multiple craftsmen during the milling, constructing and finishing process. This allows for critiquing at multiple stages of the more than 280 hour build to leave no imperfections before being shipped to our clients. Our decision to limit each of our lines of cabinetry to a maximum of 50 builds per year is our assurance to you that your custom cabinet meets the highest quality standards. Our main focus is and always will be to provide our clients with the most beautiful, functional, and timeless furniture style fly fishing cabinetry available.

Our cabinet features 4 removable upper fly box trays constructed of Black Walnut dividers and Maple bottoms to easily see and identify even the smallest of fishing flies within 80 separate compartments. Removable upper fly box trays allow for additional stow away storage below main display to accommodate uniquely sized gear.

Upper left and right Maple dovetailed drawers feature 4 removable tippet bars per cabinet (32 individual tippet capacity) to provide for organization of multi species lines and middle console storage can easily hold up to 40 leader packs, or be used for additional fly lines. Leather lined drawer bottoms allow for storage of up to 12 reels or additional spools per cabinet and help prevent scratching and moisture damage of drawer bottoms from weathered backing and fly lines. 

Center left and right Maple dovetailed drawers allow plenty of additional space to accommodate your fly tying supplies, boxes, and gear of your choice. Optional add-ons are available on the pre-order now page and include additional fly box trays, or compartmentalizing partitions to store specifically sized gear. 

Lower left and right Maple dovetailed drawers allow for ample storage of dried wader sets, boots, or sling packs and bags. Optional add-ons are available on the preorder now page and include additional fly box trays, or compartmentalizing partitions to store specifically sized gear. 

Lower center section features 2 adjustable height, beautifully crafted Black Walnut dovetailed rollout drawers with room for 5 rod tubes per drawer and bulk storage underneath or the option to add an additional rollout drawer.
(Max rod tube length 31 ¼”)

Our Custom Cabinets Can Be Made In A Variety of Wood Species

Burl Walnut Square - Stadie & Mangrum

Burl Black
Walnut

Known for imposing size and strength, the American Black Walnut tree is a highly sought after wood species known for its durability, color, and exotic figure, and has been used in the making of fine furniture for centuries. Inhabiting a wide range of the United States and Canada the Eastern Black walnut tree can grow to a height of 75 feet and have a canopy width of equal proportion.

Crotch Book Mahogany Square - Stadie & Mangrum

Bookmatched Crotch Mahogany

With hardwood turning reddish-brown at maturity Mahogany has been used for its weather resistance and the look of its tight fine grain. When milled properly the crotch of the tree can provide exquisite figures of grain growth that can be mirror imaged bringing forth the term book matched when used in woodworking.

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Rustic Knotty
Alder

Occupying a wide elevational range and growing anywhere from streambanks to rocky slopes Knotty Alder from the Midwest is a soft light wood with grain and color similar to Cherry. Its prevalence of knots is appreciated for its rustic and informal appearance allowing for finishing and distressing to create a more rugged yet refined style of furniture.

White Oak Rift Sawn Square - Stadie & Mangrum

Rift Sawn
White Oak

As a southeastern symbol of strength, the White Oak tree is known for having some medullary rays and is predominantly known for its straight grain and blondish to tan color. Rift sawn White Oak is defined as having growth rings oriented 30-60 degrees to the face of the board and being the most elite of cuts when milling for woodworking.

* Wood is a naturally occurring product of nature. Grain, color, and finish will vary slightly from species samples above.

Stains and hardware are specific to each custom cabinet and can only be changed by purchasing a fully customizable unit. Please reach out to us below or on our contact us page with questions or to give us any insight into your cabinet build. We can provide customized drawings and layouts to fit your specific needs. This will give you a clear vision of our abilities and impeccable customer service to give you a family heirloom you can enjoy for a lifetime.

Meet the Founders

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Andreas Stadie

Founder / Fly Fisher
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Lonzo Mangrum

Founder / Master Craftsman

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