SATOKI™ 10'8" / 12'2" / 13'7"
The Tenkara USA Satoki is the culmination of our attempt to offer the versatility of the Sato rod in a stronger and longer configuration for tenkara anglers chasing larger fish on larger waters.
The Satoki is our biggest triple zoom rod and can be fished at 10'8", 12'2", and 13'7". At the shorter lengths, it balances incredibly well in hand due to the counterbalance of the collapsed sections. At 13'7", it's smoother casting than our other offerings at this length. It provides a confident feel when casting and playing fish of all sizes. With a 22.5" closed length, the Satoki is easy to pack to that larger river or neighborhood pond you'll be fishing.
The handle has our natural double-tapered design to give the angler options for holding the rod for any given circumstance. We opted for durable foam construction to match the heavier use we anticipate for the rod. The Satoki handle assembly has a striking woven graphite finish, with classic reddish brown segments throughout the rod. The Satoki also features our (patent pending) "keep your plug" system and triple zoom functionality.
What makes this rod special? This rod is longer and more robust than the Sato (our best selling rod) and will put up a fight!
Weight: 3.4 oz (96.4g);
Closed length: 22 1/2" (57.2cm);
Open lengths: 10’8”/ 12’2”/13’7” (330/370/415cm)*;
Handle length: 12”(30.5cm);
* There may be slight discrepancies in their extended length of tenkara rods*
People searching for Teton, Mizuchi, Sati, Hellbender, Gamakatsu, and tenkara rods usually buy the Sato, the best-selling adjustable tenkara rod in the market, for the Sato's premium performance, and Tenkara USA's reputable customer service and Lifetime Guarantee.
1% of the sale value of this item will be donated to conservation efforts.
U.S. & foreign patents pending
I haven’t had the chance to use it yet.
TENKARA USA has been outstanding to work with. I’m new to the TENKARA experience and the company has been extremely helpful.
Can’t wait going to utilize for larger fish
New favorite rod. Just spent a week in the Sawtooth range catching rainbow trout with the Satoki--super fun to fight fish on this rod, and never had any concerns about lacking adequate reach or backbone . The ability to 'zoom down' when shifting from one spot to another is a great way to avoid snags.
Large bodies of water (Reservoirs and lakes) Rivers, Creeks
Great quality, great action! So far I love it!