1. Tenkara fly-fishing in the Sierra Nevada.
    Tenkara is the Japanese method of fly-fishing that uses only a rod, line and fly. It's ideal for fly-fishing for trout in mountain stream. Originally practiced by professional fishermen, tenkara is a simpler and very effective method of fly-fishing.

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  2. Renowned tenkara angler, Dr. Hisao Ishigaki, visits the Catskills and is joined by Chris Stewart and Misako Ishimura in introducing tenkara to the US.

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  3. Preview of upcoming video on tenkara's introduction to the US. "From the Land of Mountain Streams to the Land of Little Rivers". He's joined by early adopters of tenkara in the US, Mr. Chris Stewart and Ms. Misako Ishimura.

    This video features the whole fly-tying sequence for tying Dr. Ishigaki's Sakasa Kebari (reversed hackle fly).

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  5. Tenkara is about technique, and though counterintutive, the long rod has some real advantages in small tight streams. One is essentially substituting line length, for rod length.

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