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HIGH CRAFTS FLY FISHING JOURNAL: FLY TYING JOURNAL
HIGH CRAFTS FLY FISHING JOURNAL: FLY TYING JOURNAL
Author:High Crafts
Publisher:High Crafts, Aug 2007
Binding:Softcover
ISBN:0-HC-J10
Item #:109725
Price:$34.95

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Fly fishers will be delighted to write their fishing adventures & attach their photos in these journals handmade from the barks of Lokta plants that grow wildly in the foothills of the Himalayas.Dark leather cover is hand sewn onto 96 leaves (192 pages) of natural handmade paper. Image of a fly on a vise is blocked on the cover. Embellished with a fly- carved button. The journal measures approximately 6? x 8?.

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Fly fishers will be delighted to write their fishing adventures & attach their photos in these journals handmade from the barks of Lokta plants that grow wildly in the foothills of the Himalayas. Handcrafted by the most dedicated craftspeople from the Himalayas, these eco-friendly journals make a great & unique gift for valued customers, members of fly fishing organizations, corporate clients & other fly fishing enthusiasts. Picture of fly on front.

About Lokta Paper

Lokta paper is made from the barks of the Lokta bush, which grows naturally in the Himalayas at an altitude of 6500 to 10500 feet. The bush is mostly found amongst conifers or deciduous trees. The lokta fiber is very long and textured, making the paper extremely resistant and durable. The plant also has the advantage of being a natural insect repellent.

After harvesting, the lokta bush naturally regenerates, reaching full maturity again in six to seven years. The harvesting process actually helps the forest continue to grow because if the lokta was allowed to continue to grow past maturity it would dry up and begin to decay, preventing any new growth.

Paper Making Process

The paper making process is completely natural. The bark is gathered at high altitudes and then carried down to villages, where local paper makers clean and boil the bark to soften the fibres. The boiled bark is cleaned in pure Himalayan water and cut into small pieces. The pieces are beaten with wooden mallets to produce a pulp. The pulp is poured over screened wooden frames and dried in the Himalayan sunshine. When the water has completely evaporated, the sheet of paper is complete. This paper is acid-free, tree-free, and environmentally sound.
 
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