Tag: Tenkara USA
In this video, tenkara guide Allie Marriott will guide you through the process of how to choose a tenkara rod among our selection. From tight waters to big rivers, and large fish or small, Tenkara USA has you covered in your rod needs. The video goes through considerations such as water openness/canopy, water size, fish size and flies to help you select...
Tenkara USA is celebrating its ten-year anniversary with a special Tenkara Summit set to be held July 27th, 2019, in Boulder, Colorado.
Daniel Galhardo of Tenkara USA gives us some insight on the company's newest product called the "Keeper." It's a "tenkara line holder solution that also incorporates an integrated fly box, holds two tenkara lines, or tenkara line and tippet as well as few flies."
With the popularity surrounding the fishing technique known as tenkara it's no wonder Umpqua Feather Merchants has decided to come out with an entire assortment of flies to complement it. Fly manager Brian Schmidt talks to MidCurrent about the new bugs that will be available in January 2016.
Founder and owner Daniel Galhardo of Tenkara USA talks about his two new "triple zoom" rods that were released this year. They're called the Rhodo and the Sato and are complete with features like a storage "garage" for your rod's plug, extreme lightness, and varying lengths.
Daniel Galhardo of Tenkara USA educates us in the simplicity of tying Tenkara flies, as well as their differences when compared to the "western" style of fly tying.
Tenkara USA recently unveiled two new adjustable rod models for 2014. The Sato and the Rhodo are incredibly light, come with new cases, and feature a patent-pending plug hole.
This week MidCurrent speaks to Daniel Galhardo, one of the first people to bring the Japanese style of fishing called Tenkara into the United States. He also runs and owns Tenkara USA which sells Tenkara-style fishing rods. Much has been talked about and debated in regards to Tenkara and it's place in the fly fishing arena. This little chat doesn't wade...
Daniel Galhardo of Tenkara USA explains why traditional Tenkara nets, which are made from the single branch of a tree, are different from your everyday fishing nets.
Daniel Galhardo of Tenkara USA shows us that tying a Tenkara Line to the rod is about as simple as it gets.