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Tapered Tenkara Lines (Nylon)

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    Description:
    The tapered nylon tenkara line casts incredibly easily, has the highest visibility of any of our lines, and does a good job at staying off the water rather than sagging under the rod. It will be a staple in many tenkara anglers' kits, and is our new main recommendation for anyone getting started. 

    The tapered nylon line features a loop to girth-hitch to the rod tip, simplifying that connection. This line is available in two different lengths, 11'6" or 14'9". While the line can be cut, it is recommended to be fished at the designed lengths.

    The tapered nylon line is our most buoyant option, and may be the best choice for anglers whose situation or fishing style dictate some line be left on the water.

    Length recommendations:
    11'6" (3.5m) for the rods under 13ft in length and fishing small and mid-size streams. 1% of the sale price of this line will go directly to conservation efforts 14'9" (4.5m) for rods over 13ft, for fishing mid and large size streams, rivers and lakes and more open waters, and for anglers who desire a longer line even with shorter rods.

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    Customer Reviews

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    mark ruddy
    I like using my tenkara gear to catch: Smaller size fish (say 8-12" / 20-30cm)
    I like using my tenkara rod in: Very small streams, Mountain streams, Larger streams or rivers

    I appreciate the tapered line for it's casting ability as well as it's visibility.

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    Robert Pooley (Huddleston, US)
    I like using my tenkara gear to catch: Smaller size fish (say 8-12" / 20-30cm)
    I like using my tenkara rod in: Mountain streams, Stillwater
    mountain streams and stillwater

    I live on a lake and do a lot of fishing for panfish, often from a kayak. The line works well with small flies and poppers.

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    David Nieder (Sebring, US)
    I like using my tenkara gear to catch: Smaller size fish (say 8-12" / 20-30cm)
    I like using my tenkara rod in: Stillwater
    I fish in small lakes and ponds.

    I’m brand new to Tenkara and fly fishing but find it great fun to catch pan fish with this rod. Bluegil and small bass fight like mad!

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    Michael Le Desma (Lillington, US)
    I like using my tenkara gear to catch: Medium size fish (12-16" / 30-40cm)
    I like using my tenkara rod in: Mountain streams, Larger streams or rivers, Stillwater, Backpacking and remote waters
    Lakes and small- to mid-sized streams.

    These lines are my favorite in the Tenkara USA lineup because they perform better than level line in the wind and are much less prone to tangling than braided line. When they do tangle, I've always got a fighting chance of detangling them. They don't have much memory, and what memory they have can be easily pulled out. Unlike most floating lines, these land lightly on the water. My only grievance is that they come in just the two standard lengths, so I'm forced to level line when I'm fishing really tight areas.

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    Tom Chapman (Portland, US)
    I like using my tenkara gear to catch: Medium size fish (12-16" / 30-40cm)
    I like using my tenkara rod in: Larger streams or rivers
    Estuaries within Willapa Bay, Washington

    I didn't start to connect the dots until pulled the brilliant orange line out of the tiny ziplock and discovered that at 72, I had come full circle.....from an 8 year old freckled kid dodging watermoccasins guarding tiny creeks in central Georgia to a done-it-all old fart bathing in the glory of Olympic Peninsula estuaries. From 6 feet of heavy gnarly mono wrapped around a 5 foot sweet gum branch to the fine finish of tenkara. From a '56 big tire transport Schwin that got me to the creek to a rocketship fat bike knowing no boundaries. So....yep...the circle is unbroken.