11/17/15 @ 12:14 PM
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2/13/16 @ 4:50 PM
On small streams it has merit for sure. I took my "redneck" tenkara rod (a collapseable crappie pole) to Colorado for last falls elk hunt. We caught a bunch of stream trout with it and had a blast. I need to experiment to find the best length of fly line vs rod length etc.
Heck, even big streams would probably work, but i never tried one yet.
Yup. it is fun and it works and if you do it redneck style ( the american way) it shouldn't cost so much. ChuckC
12/11/15 @ 2:48 PM
11/27/15 @ 6:50 PM
11/26/15 @ 3:12 PM
At the Southern Wisconsin Chapter of Trout Unlimited's Fly casting Class on April 16 there will be a session on Tenkara fishing. The class will be on Black Earth Creek probably in Cross Plains. Also my last year for teaching the class. It has been a great run but at 72 (on April 16!) time for the younger guys to take over.
11/25/15 @ 7:05 PM
I did this on the cheap. Meaning using a telescoping cane pole, cheap floating fly line and made my own tippets. Basically it was a cheap way to get into fly fishing on small streams. It is an absolute blast hooking into fish using this method.
11/17/15 @ 3:29 PM
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