Ten Stocking Stuffers
under $30

Although anything on the site would fit under a tree, I know as time gets short people get nervous looking for stocking stuffers. Little things that you might give as a Secret Santa, or perhaps something for a brother, a colleague or a fishing buddy (you know, those tricky gifts where you want something that is just enough but not too much). There should be something on this list for any tenkara angler on your list.

It is now too late to have anything arrive before Christmas, other than a TenkaraBum Gift Certificate, which you could printed and hand deliver or send via email.

Starting small with something even a kid could give to his dad or grandpa out of his own allowance:

Minimalist Fly Box - Everyone talks about simplicity, this will help achieve it. Fits in a pocket or on a lanyard and costs just $2.
Utah Killer Bug Yarn Package - Utah Killer Bugs are easy to tie and flat out catch fish. $2.50
Nippers - Everyone needs them, and they do get dull or worse, they get lost. $5
Dr. Slick Pin on Reel - This "zinger" keeps either the nippers or the Minimalist Fly box handy (only 2 in stock). $7
Fuji EZ Keepers - Keeps the line under control when the rod is collapsed. $8 per pair.
Medium Rod Case - The fine Japanese rods don't come with cases. This case is light weight and functional. $10
Killer Bugger One Fly Kit - This fly tying kit contains the materials to tie 25 flies. The flies are easy to tie and they do catch fish (if in doubt, get black). - $13.25
Tippet/Fly Pouch - Holds a small fly box (the Morell box or C&F 1544) and more lines that any tenkara angler needs. Neck strap included. - $20
Sunline Tenkara Line - Fluorescent orange fluorocarbon. The best there is. Sizes 3, 3.5, 4, 4.5 (if in doubt, get 3.5). - $25
Line size
Partridge - Excellent choice for any fly tyer interested in soft hackle flies or tenkara flies. Pear tree not included. - $29

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