Braided Nylon Level Line for Tenkara
Sep07

Braided Nylon Level Line for Tenkara

A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about using Cortland braided nylon level line for tenkara. I liked how it cast in my backyard, but hand’t had it on the water. That is, until today. And the verdict is in… While it seemed to be a pretty a good candidate for tenkara, I had some questions that I couldn’t answer in the backyard. Would it float or sink? Would it spray water and scare fish? Will it sag and create drag on...

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Sunline FC Sniper BMS Line
Jul01

Sunline FC Sniper BMS Line

Hello.  My name is Jason and I’m a level line addict.  So when Gary, a Tenkara Talk enabler reader offered to send me some Sunline Fluorocarbon Sniper BMS line, how could I refuse?  Even though there are already plenty of good fluorocarbon lines out there, I love to try out as many as I can in the interest of being able to provide the best advice to tenkara beginners.  Here are my brief thoughts on this line. The unique feature...

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Tenkara USA Pink Level Line
Jun10

Tenkara USA Pink Level Line

  A while back, I wrote a review of Tenkara USA’s “new” yellow line.  It was supposed to have less memory and be more visible than the company’s previous level fluorocarbon lines (and it was).  But Tenkara USA recently came out with a new line of lines that is supposed to be even better (and it is).  Here’s my quick review… For about the last 3 years, I’ve been searching for a level line...

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Painted Tenkara Level Lines
Dec08

Painted Tenkara Level Lines

An ongoing dilema I’ve faced has been line visibility.  If you’re using a furled tenkara line, then visibility is usually not an issue.  But if you use level fluorocarbon lines, you know that even the brightest line can sometimes be hard to see in different light conditions. I basically use two colors:  orange, and bright yellow.  Neither are 100% high vis all the time so I find myself switching between them based on the...

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