Category Archives: Tenkara
Just wrapped production on a shirt film featuring Tenkara as its central theme. More about this in a bit.
I am hapless. Also, trout season is closed here, and the only rivers I can fish with very much facility involve hooking trout the size of a Plesiosaur. But I have a new endeavor to discuss: how to make a … Continue reading
I’m not really sure if I can attribute a precipitous drop in creativity to my mere 45 years on the earth, but I can certainly foment a personal paranoia about it. This is partly because I extruded some coffee out … Continue reading
Headed about 50 mins. North to hit the Upper Sacramento River with a friend. Sorry for the lackadaisical posting. The new job shift has thrown my fishing clock into the nosebleeds. Ron
Looks like a certain angling sychophant turns 419 years old today. I think that merits a sub-standard water and a clappy, one-off birthday call-and-response at Red Robin. Good book, by the way, no matter what Norman McClean’s dad says.
Quite frankly, I’ve had fits and turns with the idea that the “fly doesn’t matter” in, not so much western fly-fishing, but Tenkara fishing specifically. I’m not exactly an adherent to this, but again, my experience is anecdotal (although, I’ll … Continue reading