Is #12 the “Goldilocks” Size for Sakasa Kebari?
Aug22

Is #12 the “Goldilocks” Size for Sakasa Kebari?

In western fly fishing, a lot of emphasis is placed not only on the fly pattern, but also on fly size.  It’s considered standard practice to carry both a wide variety of patterns and a variety of sizes of each pattern.  The mentality seems to be that if you don’t have a good selection, you’re underarmed.  You brought a butter knife to a gun fight.  Yet many Japanese tenkara anglers only carry one pattern in only one...

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