My latest article from the May/June edition of BC Outdoors Magazine is now available online at: https://www.bcoutdoorsmagazine.com/west-coast-tenkara-techniques/ In tenkara fishing, the fly is called the kebari. Photo by Chase White.
Traditionally called “kebari tsuri”, meaning “hair hook fishing”, tenkara fishing originated in the Japanese mountain streams for Yamame trout, Iwana char and Amago. The beaches, streams and small lakes on Vancouver Island make this the perfect place to try this angling technique for trout, char and even bass. The long, telescoping rods of modern … Continue reading Tenkara Rods – Fly Fishing Japanese Style, Island Angler, June 2018, Page 7