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Tippets: Bluegill Dreams, Streamers for Tenkara

December 8, 2015 By: Erin Block

  • In a recent account of fishing a King Fisher Society lake, James Prosek returns to the obsession of his youth: bluegills. “One could say that they are the ultimate ambassadors from a mysterious netherworld,” he writes, “a liaison between above and below the reflective water’s surface.” Via Garden & Gun.
  • While dry flies and soft hackles are a natural choice when fishing tenkara, streamers can be effective as well, says Tom Sadler. “What makes a tenkara rod an effective streamer tool is the ability to subtlety manipulate the streamer in the water,” he writes. “The soft action of the tenkara rod helps impart small strike-inducing twitches or jumps.” Via Hatch Magazine.