Covid-19 Announcement

Most international flights have been cancelled.

There is no ETA for out-of-stock items that come from Japan.

Shipments to overseas buyers will take longer than normal - possibly much longer. Patience is a virtue - especially in fishing.

When the runoff is too high, find the small creeks and have fun!

by Aaron Marsh
(Bailey, CO)

Purple thread kebari with a simple peacock hurl thorax.

Purple thread kebari with a simple peacock hurl thorax.

Went out today to fish near Hartsel, CO only to have really high flows put a damper on the usually great fishing there. Water was too murky to fish effectively. I did decide to go to one of my favorite places to fish near Alma, CO and found a few of my little creeks and beaver ponds that always seem to produce. Today was no exception. Armed with a Nissin Zerosum 390 7:3 I had a blast on 6-12" brook trout for over 4 hours. I used a simple kebari and it did it's job well.

Most of my success is based on the input that Chris Stewart has graciously shared and put together on his site. I send many people your way to discover tenkara for themselves.

Thank you!

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