Simple Fly Fishing Tenkara Fly Rod 10' 6"
Our 10' 6" tenkara rod is the perfect all-around length for fishing with nymphs, soft hackles, streamers and big dry flies like hoppers.
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When it comes to choosing gear and rigging up for a day on the water, fly anglers can be more selective than their quarry. Simplifying your choices can make you a more opportunistic angler focused on making quality presentations to the fish right in front of you rather than agonizing on the bank over the perfect line, rod action and fly pattern. This faster-action 10' 6" tenkara rod is the perfect all-around length for fishing with nymphs, soft hackles, streamers and big dry-flies like hoppers; it imparts lifelike action to the fly that can reduce lockjaw in overeducated fish in challenging settings like spring creeks and heavily fished waters. The rod telescopes from an easily packed 20.5" to full length in seconds; a simple line keeper on the butt section means you’re set up and fishing in a matter of minutes. The rod sock holds a spare tip and second section (included), protects the rod in its compact state and has a built-in line holder that stores the line in a wide loop when not in use.
- High-modulus carbon fiber rod telescopes from 20.5" to 10' 6"
- Premium-grade cork handle
- Line keeper on butt section for easy streamside set up
- Includes spare tip and second section
- Rod sock has built-in line holder to organize line when not in use
- 187 g (6.6 oz)
Sff Tenkara Fly Rod 10Ft 6In is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Barryp from Incredible rod, beautiful design Can't say enough about this rod and it's design. The simplicity of operation is beautiful. Knew I had to try it as soon as I completed reading "fly fishing made simple". As soon as I received the rod, l had a great day on the Pecos River in New Mexico. Also, very glad some of the proceeds are being contributed to the Madison River.
Date published: 2017-07-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by ChrispyPockets from Quick and Easy This was my first time using a tenkara rod, while I have been using a traditional fly rod/reel for the past 4 months. I honestly wish I had started with tenkara and then tried the rod/reel. The setup is easy and casting is a breeze, even with the 10'6" on New England streams although the 8'6" would get me into tighter, brushier areas. The 10'6" has a great action, plenty of flex. I was able to throw about 30 feet of line beautifully, although it was just for fun and not necessary at any stream so far. Most of the day I stuck with about 18 feet and had a blast. Packs up small enough for me to ride the train home without looking out of place- like my 2-piece 7wt does.
Date published: 2014-04-11