Sakasa Kebari Underwater Video
No matter how many times I see a sakasa kebari underwater, I’m always surprised on how alive they come underwater–with even the slightest twitch. No wonder they’re such effective flies. Here’s a quick video I shot today in both normal speed and slow motion to show how well the hackle moves in the water.
About Jason Klass
Jason is an avid fly angler and backpacker. As a former fly fishing guide originally from Western New York, he moved to Colorado and became an early adopter of tenkara which perfectly suited the small, high altitude streams and lakes there. He has not fished a Western-style fly rod for trout since.
- Tenkara Techniques: The Downstream Twitch
- Oki Sakasa Kebari
- How to Reduce Arm Fatigue When Casting
- How to Remove Line Twist in Tenkara Level Lines
- Yamakawa’s Tenkara Line Furling Machine
- Learn Tenkara Fly Tying DVD Review
- Sakasa Kebari Underwater Video
- Bass Pro Shops White River Gear Bag Review
- S**t Tenkara Anglers Say
- Tenkara Setup in 45 Seconds