Leave the vest full of flies behind.
Tenkara is a Japanese fly fishing that strips things down to their most simple.
All responsibility lies with the fisher.
This ancient, simple form of fly-fishing from Japan has become popular in US. Tenkara rods have no reel, a short but extendable rod and a fixed length of light line.
Fans say it makes fly fishing possible even on small mountain streams.
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