SAKASA KEBARI FLIES

The Tenkara is practiced in fast-flowing rivers. The Japanese practiced the Tenkara using advanced hackle fly calls `Sakasa kebari` moving very smoothly in the foams of streams and waterfalls, with considerable success. If you prefer to fish below the water`s surface, small nymphs of tungsten and other type phaisant tails`are also appropriate.

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What is Tenkara? It is an ancient technique of fly fishing that consists of using a rod and line. Simple and very effective, this technique is particularly suitable for fishing in small rivers. Practiced in the Japan since the 8th century. The TENKARA Word translates the way you need a fly to settle gently on the water (in Japanese, fallen from heaven). Used then by the peasants at that to make sure a portion of fish, this fishery continues to be very popular. For a few years, the practice of the Tenkara is spreading fairly in the United States but in Europe, is still a little-known form. Therefore at Rhodani, we want to show you and give you the secrets of this variant of fly fishing. Simplicity and minimalism is what defines this technique. Rod, line, fly. LET´S GO FISHING!
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SAKASA KEBARI FLIES

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The Tenkara is practiced in fast-flowing rivers. The Japanese practiced the Tenkara using advanced hackle fly calls `Sakasa kebari` moving very smoothly in the foams of streams and waterfalls, with considerable success. If you prefer to fish below the water`s surface, small nymphs of tungsten and other type phaisant tails`are also appropriate.

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