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Great work again! The dead stop hold in the current has worked well for me before. I think that the fly sits there and the fish get mad after looking at it long enough.
Feeling the fish take a fly on a tenkara rod has a much different feel than with a normal fly rod. The rod becomes an extension of the hand. It seems to be a much more in intimate hook set.
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Adam Trahan says:
Thanks Dave, I appreciate your reply. I think the Sato is a great rod too. I've caught some nice fis...
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I am new to this activity and am eager to learn what I can....
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