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Tucker Windover

When woodworker Tucker Windover started doing carpentry work, it was all about building furniture with hand tools, which was good because he lived in a cabin that lacked electricity. Eventually, Tucker powered up, and now he runs a finish-carpentry business in the Boston area. When he needs a break, Tucker loads up the fly rod and heads to Maine in search of rising trout.