Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Tenkara Fly Swap @ TenkaraUSA Forum

On the most active Tenkara forum on the web (in the US at least), the first Tenkara fly swap is about to be finished with the flies due in SLC on Jan. 3.

I tied up what I call the Blue Poison Sakasa Kebari. This fly should be fun to fish, a bit of sparkle and a color trout don't see too often. This should produce well with Brookies and Cutt's in the high altitude creeks.

I hope the swap members will like it and will be successful fishing it. I will post pictures of the flies I will receive later (if everyone agrees).

Tight Lines, -K


  1. Those are very nice looking flies. I can't wait to get my hands on one of those after the flies have been distributed. As of now I have only seen yours, Daniel's, and mine. For the swap I did my Ausable sakasa kebari. I wanted to do a post on my blog about it but have not gotten to it yt on account of the holidays. We won't have to wait much longer to see the rest of them.

  2. Thanks, Kiwi! I have also been drooling over your flies on your blog, looking forward to see the whole collection soon!
    Happy New Year, K

  3. Very nice. Like that you used blue. Somewhat uncommon in trout flies (for whatever the reason).

  4. Those are beautiful. I wish I'd found T-USA soon enough to enter myself. If you do this again, you can absolutely put me down on the list!

  5. Thanks so much, y'all! I found the blue to work particularly well in Winter, for whatever reason. Happy New Year!

  6. I'm really looking forward to fishing that fly. Fits right in with my New Year's Resolutions!