— This "goat's leg" was published about 8 or 10 years ago in the magazine Fisherman and Athlete. It's a convenient thing for fishermen who go ice fishing, since you have to change ice holes often to find fish. It's not like those fishermen who just stand there holding their rods and wait; they don't have to change position at all. They just bait the hook, sit down, and catch fish. Ice fishermen have to run about from place to place dragging their stool or box with them. This here attaches to a belt, and so the stool is always with you – wherever I want to go, I just go and can sit there. . You get hold of a pipe and carve some threading on the end of it. You wanna get an inch and a quarter pipe or a three-quarters, carve the threading, and make a bracket that attaches directly onto the stool. It has threading too. The pipe is screwed into the bracket, and the strap is attached to the belt, which is (...) The seat, well, this is the back of a chair. You can construct it from different things, but, well, why make one from scratch when the material is lying around? If a chair has been chucked out, let's say, I could take its back, the foam rubber, and the upholstered material.