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Postby vasco » Wed Nov 07, 2012 10:53 am

Hi Fellas, I`m totally new in the tenkara world, my Amago doesn`t arrives yet but is on the way, can someone tell me how to make the rigs, for Nymph, dry and traditional tenkara fly?
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Re: rigs

Postby Tenkara Guides » Wed Nov 07, 2012 12:32 pm

Welcome to the tenkara clan.

Please look here for the information you requested:
http://tenkaraguides.com/ten-colors-lab/

Hopefully there is some information you can use.

John
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Re: rigs

Postby John @ Tenkara USA » Wed Nov 07, 2012 12:47 pm

Hi Vasco,

Your rod should come with a booklet that shows you some of the basic set ups. It's very convenient to carry with you to the water. We have some good diagrams and videos on our site to help you set up your rod here:

http://www.tenkarausa.com/about.php

I really liked watching the videos when I was getting started. I think they make it a little easier to understand the knots, but everybody is different. Tenkara Guides "ten colors" has some great information too, especially if you're looking for information on different nymph and dry fly fishing systems.
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Re: rigs

Postby vasco » Wed Nov 07, 2012 1:36 pm

Tenkara Guides wrote:Welcome to the tenkara clan.

Please look here for the information you requested:
http://tenkaraguides.com/ten-colors-lab/

Hopefully there is some information you can use.

John

John: Some information?. A lot of information.
Thank`s
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Re: rigs

Postby vasco » Wed Nov 07, 2012 2:25 pm

John @ Tenkara USA wrote:Hi Vasco,

Your rod should come with a booklet that shows you some of the basic set ups. It's very convenient to carry with you to the water. We have some good diagrams and videos on our site to help you set up your rod here:

http://www.tenkarausa.com/about.php

I really liked watching the videos when I was getting started. I think they make it a little easier to understand the knots, but everybody is different. Tenkara Guides "ten colors" has some great information too, especially if you're looking for information on different nymph and dry fly fishing systems.

John:Thank you for your post. Here on the other side of the world, discovered Tenkara by chance but I'm so amazed with this technique, like many that perhaps reminded of their childhood, I've read tons of information and watched all the videos in your web.
Once I have my Amago in my hands I'll be five days of fishing, I hope to turn into a convert of a single pattern. Regards.
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