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Fishing lakes and ponds

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December 17, 2015

Many of us don’t have mountain streams nearby but may have lakes and ponds easily accessible.
In this episode Daniel talks about his strategies, equipment and techniques for fishing with a tenkara rod, line and fly in lakes and ponds for trout, panfish and bass.

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4 Responses to Fishing lakes and ponds

  1. Kade says:

    Another great podcast. Thanks for taking the time to share. Although a little bummed that the podcasts will now be bi-weekly, I understand your reasoning. I have loved the interview podcasts and look forward to more of those. The Italy podcast is one of my favorite podcasts of all time!

  2. Anthony Orona says:

    I’m sad to hear that we won’t be getting an episode each week in the future, but I totally understand about the time constraints involved with traveling and running the business. Thank you for putting the thought and effort into bring us great content each week for the past four months! The interviews have been a great treat, and I look forward to more of those. However, I personally find your solo topic episodes (like this one) to be tremendously helpful.
    It was great to hear you add that story about the guy who got stuck on the river overnight. I found myself in a similar situation several months ago, on the Kern River. I was wading across the waste deep water when I suddenly got my foot jammed between two boulders. I tried yelling to my fishing buddy, but he couldn’t hear me over the noise of the river. I did manage to get my foot un-wedged within a few minutes, but I remember wishing that I had a whistle on me at that moment. As far as the rest of the content in this episode, I don’t have a lot of experience with Tenkara on lakes or ponds, but I may have more success now that I know to try to find a good section of the shore and look for cruising fish. It was interesting to hear your take on fly selection and manipulation for lake applications.

    I’m looking forward to the next bi-weekly Tenkara Cast!

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