The all new Tenkara Rhodo and Sato Situation: You are fishing your favorite little freestone. You round the bend and overhanging branches leave you little room to cast. A speckled, buttery brown rises, taking out unsuspecting caddis. In times past, you would exit and walk upstream, cursing the willows and cottonwoods. Not today. You.. read more →

For those of you who love to fish dry flies on mountain streams and alpine lakes off the beaten path, Tenkara fly-fishing is for you! Literally meaning テンカラ from the skies, Tenkara fly fishing dates back to the 8th and 9th centuries B.C. when Japanese anglers first began using bamboo poles, natural line, and hand tied flies to.. read more →

Let us know if you think a person could do this on the MO? [vimeo w=500&h=281] read more →