We've issued new accessory - aluminum tube case. I have always considered that buying each rod with a case is not necessary. During their lifetime, fishing rods are broken and discarded, and the empty cases accumulate and end up as more trash in the storeroom. That is why we sell the tube cases optionally. READ MORE>>
The NEXT360 Rod Issue Y2013. This rod has a noble Japanese parent, which you can find on the Japanese market for a shamefully high price. Together with the designer and technologist, we have done our best to ensure that the child retains the essential qualities of the parent. It is the lightest and softest rod on the European market. We got it! John Pearson tested the NEXT 360 Y12 rod with a team of UK anglers, then wrote me: "Your rod compared very favourably alongside the X and the Y". X and Y are the rods that are also sold in UK. READ MORE>>
The next web page dated 14 March 2013 is titled 仕掛けの長さ, which translates as Length of Work. That may be an inaccurate translation. However, reading this page he describes the lengths of the line and tippet and rod. I think we also get a clue as to why he has started to post some details about these rods he has experimented with since last summer.
He seems to have gotten into a discussion with people about the tackle he is using. I believe these are people who are outside of the group that fished with these rods last year. He goes on to describe the total length of the setup from the fly to the butt end of the rod as 7meters: 1m of tippet, 3m of line and a 3 m rod: READ MORE>>
The first tenkara line was made from twisted horsehair. The best modern furled lines are made from kevlar thread and are available at the gear store:
Hands up who has ever lost a tamo. Pursuit of tamo, floating away down the river do not bring you joy and spooks the fish. If you let it out of your hands in a stream flowing into a deep pool, to get it back would be impossible. To secure tamo, lanyard is a very simple and effective gadget. Attach it to the vest or belt and you'll never lose it.
The Pheasant Tail Kebari is my only fly that retains the tail after being adapted from the classic Pheasant Tail nymph (PTN). Originally conceived and tied by Frank Sawyer with pheasant tail fibers and copper wire, it suggests many of the skinny nymphs that flourish in various habitats. READ MORE>>
Titanium Tenkara lines are the best choice for windy conditions. The lines are made of titanium alloy with super elastic properties:
1st Step 360 6:4 tenkara rod, 2x Fuji EZ Keepers, 3,5 m #3,5 HiVis tenkara level line, 1 m 5x tippet and 5 Sekasa Kebary tenkara flies. You can start tenkara fishing immediately with Tenkara Starter Kit . The price is 88,80 EUR.
One of the most frequently asked questions that comes from our Contact Us page is: What level line do you consider to be the most suitable for my tenkara rod? Tenkara level line set helps you find your best personal tenkara rod & line combination. You pay 17,90 EUR and will be able to try out 4 different lines so that you can find the most suitable one for your optimum tenkara fishing conditions.