Tenkara is an Ancient Japanese method of fly-fishing, which uses only a rod, line and fly.
This carbon fiber Tenkara rod is Telescoping and allows for you to fish it at 3 different lengths
10'8" 11"10" or 12'9" the action is a 7:3
Tenkara shines in mountain streams, where the long rod and light line provide the best possible fly presentation.
Tenkara is also effective in a variety of waters, such as alpine lakes, or urban ponds for panfish and bass. You may be wondering, “how do I land a fish if there is no reel”? Super intuitive, a fish is pulling one way, you’ll just pull it towards you by tilting the rod back and bring the fish toward you.
Tenkara is the ideal setup for anyone looking for an intuitive and fun way to fly-fish.
Tenkara fishing is easier for the kids and new fly fishers, it can keep everyone having fun fishing.
As for experienced fly fishing man, you can think it as a new challenge.