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12 Tenkara Flies in Box

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    This very slim slotted foam fly box contains 3 each of the tenkara flies we offer: the Amano™ kebari, the Ishigaki™ kebari, the Oki™ kebari, and the Takayama™ kebari. Simplify your fly options, carry a small fly box that fits in your pocket and works.

    This 12 fly set is a great way to have options and a decent number of flies to get started.


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    Customer Reviews

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    Colin Conley (Bonners Ferry, US)
    River shore and small creeks during bicycle rides..

    So much fun I bought a second one..Hop on bicycle, ride out for a few miles, time for a break, pull over to waters edge, and VOILA!! Big fun, even if you don't catch any fish..Just a blast and a great experience...EVERY TIME!!

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    Lewis Delin (Addison, US)
    I like using my tenkara gear to catch: Smaller size fish (say 8-12" / 20-30cm), Medium size fish (12-16" / 30-40cm)
    I like using my tenkara rod in: Very small streams, Larger streams or rivers, Stillwater

    Good selection. Easy to tie myself and add my own variations of each fly.

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    ted samuelson (Mercer Island, 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, Larger streams or rivers
    Streams and river eddy

    Very impressed with how long flies are lasting. Have caught eight fish and 100 Casts On a single fly.

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    Todd (Louisville, US)
    I like using my tenkara gear to catch: Smaller size fish (say 8-12" / 20-30cm), Other species
    I like using my tenkara rod in: Very small streams, Stillwater, Backpacking and remote waters
    Small creeks for Panfish and small Bass

    Quality flies at a competitive price and quick service.

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    Robert Hallam (Stockton, US)
    Mountain streams & lakes.

    I just finished hiking the John Muir Trail for the past 3 weeks and I had a chance to try my new Tenkara rod and flies. I was catching small Golden Trout and Brook Trout at high altitude. Reverse-hackle flies are innovative and effective, but the flies tend to fall apart after catching a few (3-5) fish. Would a tiny bit of clear nail polish applied to the shank help the flies to be more durable?

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