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Line Holder
The tenkara line holder is a simple plastic spool with a core of yellow foam used to trap the line.


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The tenkara line holder is a simple plastic spool with a core of yellow foam used to trap the line.

Does not include line.
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  • stevenlsmith87 says     5 out of 5 flies
  • A Tenkara Must Have!
  • Location/type of places I fish: Pennsylvania Wild and Native Trout!
  • Line holders are a must have for any tenkara angler. This allows you to quickly tear down and move to a new location. This also allows you to pre-rig your fly to your line the night before. It makes life easy and helps you stay organized.
  • posted April 26, 2012
  • Tenkara Elevated says     5 out of 5 flies
  • Great product and easy to use
  • Location/type of places I fish: All types of waters in Utah.
  • Since the first time I fished tenakra I have wanted a easy way to store and keep neat until the next fishing trip. I have tried many different products but after receiving my line holder from Tenkara USA, I knew it was going to be the one. It actually can hold more then one level line leader as long as you can keep track of which tag goes where. Also it fits down the rod and rest on the handle for easy storage while walking through thick brush or driving to a different section of the river. I recommend this product to anyone who wants a simple and effective way to store their tenkara line in between trips.
  • posted April 26, 2012
  • dorian.ducker says     5 out of 5 flies
  • Good solution to a problem
  • Location/type of places I fish: Small-medium rivers and streams
  • I was trying to rig up some crazy way to wrap the line around the length of my rod handle and then saw this neat solution. It's simple, and it just works. A must have accessory.
  • posted May 02, 2012
  • sbrown77 says     5 out of 5 flies
  • It works
  • simple, it works, necessary for anyone who wants an easy solution for line storage.
  • posted May 04, 2012
  • apluda says     5 out of 5 flies
  • Must have
  • Location/type of places I fish: Wyoming
  • I have a few of these which are great for storing a few lines that are pre-rigged and might even have a fly on them already. Wonderful for walking or moving on the go while fishing and great because they float.
  • posted May 06, 2012
  • camelcarlson says     5 out of 5 flies
  • Exactly what you need for line storage
  • Location/type of places I fish: montana, medium to larged sized streams and alpine lakes
  • This system makes it so easy to move around the river by wrapping up the line and attaching it to the rod. It also allows to pre rig numerous setups before you hit the water, making changing a line or fly for that matter a piece of cake that takes no time at all.
  • posted May 07, 2012
  • kkortemeier says     5 out of 5 flies
  • You have to have one (or more) of these
  • Location/type of places I fish: North Ga., Trout, Bass, Bream
  • If you are going to buy a rod and line for Tenkara, you have to have these line holders. I bought two, but I wish I had bought more. I thought I could use tippet holders. They are just not the same. These line holders allow you to set up a couple of lines, with flies, for the days fishing. When you are on the water, you can slip the whole thing over your rod as you walk to the water. Ingenious design.
  • posted May 08, 2012
  • justin says     5 out of 5 flies
  • simple and effective
  • Location/type of places I fish: UK rivers and streams
  • I have tried various ways of stowing line both when attached to the rod and when separate. After a recent week long trek to some remote fishing spots I now think these spools are the best solution.
    I gave my fishing partner one of these spools and I used another method to coil my line. Setting up was the same speed for both of us but he had fewer tangles due to the wound line getting caught and coming undone.
    It also has the advantage of leaving the rod completely uncluttered when fishing.
  • posted May 09, 2012
  • trvsmcdowell says     5 out of 5 flies
  • Must have for Tenkara
  • Simply a must have. I keep one for each rod, and a couple for Level lines as well. Simple, light and inexpensive.
  • posted May 11, 2012
  • pechelman says     4 out of 5 flies
  • very handy accessory
  • Location/type of places I fish: rivers and streams
  • On the river, I hardly use these spools as I use another method to coil\stow my line when the rod is collapsed.

    But these spools do exactly what theyre supposed to.
    I appreciate the larger diameter of these in comparison to some other blue spools out there. It makes it very easy to coil up the line as well as uncoil it without getting tangles. It also reduces the memory a tad with the larger diameter.

    I wish the ID/OD of these spools was a soft material so as to not having to worry about them marking up a rod or foam grip if pushed down too hard or rattling around in a car.

    I will say though, I feel that these spools are a little overpriced compared to some other options out there which will remain nameless. For 10$ I feel like I should get 2 for the 2 bits of plastic and 1 bit of higher density pool noodle type foam that each of these are made of.
  • posted April 26, 2012

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