Tenkara is a traditional Japanese method of fishing with a fly, but without a reel. It was unknown outside of Japan until 2009. It originated in the mountain regions of Japan, used by peasant fisherman who caught fish for a living. They found this method to be one of the most effective in harvesting their local fish, the Yamame.
We use long rods and light line making for easy casting. You present the fly gently with no disturbance to the water in a skillfully chosen spot after observing the flow of the stream. Tenkara is best used in fast flowing riffles and eddies, of which there are many in North Wales.
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