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    Rustico Hunting Log with Buckle

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    Product Description

    You've perfected your dead drift. That's it. Be patient. Add that catch to the books. The Fly Fishing Log by Rustico features top-grain leather and a logbook approved by our resident Fly Fisherman, Isaac Childs. He just happens to be the founder of Rustico.

    Hand Sewl binding with a Fly logo on the front cover makes this a handsome yet rugged log book. Inside is rough cut cream colored paper with 96 printed 3.25 x 7 inch fly fishing log pages. Book measures 3.5 x 8 inches overall and pages are secured with a leather buckle closure. Made from top grain cowhide.

    Rustico Leather Fly Fishing Log Book Features

    • 3.5" x 8" •96 printed 3.25" x 7" Fly Fishing Log pages
    • Rough-cut, cream-colored paper
    • Made from top-grain cowhide
    • Secured with a leather Buckle closure
    • "Fly" logo on front cover
    • Hand-sewn binding
    Leather care - How to get a rugged patina
    • The oils from your skin shape the patina's look over time. So go ahead. Handle it.
    • Using chemicals will weaken the leather. Be patient. Its ruggedness will grow in character with you.
    • Don't be afraid of a scuff. Lick your finger. Rub it in.
    • Avoid leaving leather in direct sunlight or extreme heat.

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    Seems to be made of good quality leather. Pages have plenty of info from lunar cycle, to barometric pressure,game harvested, group, etc. Haven't had it very long so only four stars. Time will tell how it will hold up but it appears it should last several years.
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