by Les Albjerg
Chris - Nice to hear a Keiryu story! I am also loving seeing one of my favorite rods the Suntech Keiryu Sawanobori 63. One of the problems with this format is we can't discuss your great story!
Last time out with the Sawanobori 63, I fished a new ultra-light method in the Boise River. Many of us fly fisherman love fishing the egg sucking leech pattern. I was fishing a Keiryu variation that I call the "Egg sucking Red Wiggler". I thread a salmon egg on the hook, and then thread a red Wiggler. On the Boise River, using this method a few weeks ago, I went 8 for 10 on the first 10 casts, 6 rainbows and 2 browns. Give the "Egg sucking Red Wiggler" a try!
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