OK, I lose a point or two for not paying attention. Maybe you only see what you expect to see. I know I often edit like that. If I write “teh” I read it “the,” regardless of how many times I read that sentence. That may explain why I wrote the below post about Tenkara bonefish, when it is actually (as one person in the comments noticed) a REDINGTON FORM GAME ROD. Yup… a practice rod. I’m a bit dumbstruck by this one.
Ya never know…
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A Facebook follower put up this photo asking if it was real.
A bonefish on a Tenkara rod (the Japanese set-up that has a fixed line and no reel). It sounds impossible to land a bonefish on one, but I’ve read enough reports of people hooking them on Tenkara rods to believe this is, actually, possible and true.
I can think of 3 bonefish I have landed without putting them on the reel at all. It is possible if the fish is small enough.
It still isn’t the right tool for the job, not by a long shot, but sure… it is possible.
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