The Original Tenkara RodThe Original Tenkara Fly Fishing Rod
Simple, intuitive, and effective, Tenkara USA fly fishing systems appeal to anglers of all ages, backgrounds, and levels of experience. Tenkara refers to a Japanese fly-fishing technique which uses nothing but a rod, line, and lightweight fly. In 2007, Daniel Galhardo discovered tenkara while researching the history and culture of fishing in Japan. After seeing tenkara in action, he returned to the US with a tenkara rod in his bag and started enjoying the fly-fishing technique on backpacking trips. Daniel decided he wanted to share tenkara with others, and knew it would make it easy for people to take-up fly-fishing. Daniel set out to create a business designing tenkara rods, tenkara lines, and tenkara flies and putting them in the hands of people.
At the forefront of Tenkara USA's success is the quality and simply functionality of the products they make. Tenkara USA rods are built of incredibly lightweight and sturdy carbon fiber and fold up into an easily carried case, making them ideal for backpacking and packrafting. Each rod, reel, and fly is built specifically with the tenkara technique in mind, and the equipment is fine-tuned, easy to use, and effective. Tenkara USA believes in their products so much that they provide a lifetime warranty for their rods, and will repair or replace anything that breaks. Tenkara USA makes rods at a variety of lengths depending on where you plan to fish: for a long fly-fishing rod try the Tenkara USA ITO Fly Rod, or for a shorter option, try the Tenkara USA Iwana Fly Rod. So no matter if you're an experience fly-fisher, or have never held a reel, the simplicity and fun of tenkara fishing is perfect for anyone.
At OutlandUSA.com, we love Tenkara rods: they're unique, high quality, and easy to use. We urge anyone interested in learning more about tenkara to check out their book, which we feature here.Give Tenkara USA a try.
Fixing and Replacing Segments on a Tenkara Rod
In this video we cover how you can fix your tenkara rod by simply replacing the necessary segments of your tenkara rod. For Tenkara USA rods you generally do not have to mail your rod back to us as we stock every part of every rod we make.