- Straightforward rod that's built for precise casting
- Available with both fast and slow actions
- Based on a traditional Japanese fishing method using only a fly, rod and line
- Intuitive performance for precise fly manipulation
- Telescopic rod that shrinks down to approximately 20 inches
- Ideal for backpacking and fishing trips
The TFO Soft Hackle Tenkara fly rod is covered by a Lifetime No-Fault warranty.
If you need a precise, accurate rod without the extra frills then the TFO Soft Hackle Tenkara fly rod could be the ideal option. Based on traditional Japanese fishing, the rod is designed to provide excellent precision, subtle presentations and delicate fly adjustments. The rod is also an affordable option, despite its strong performance and superb precision.
The TFO Soft Hackle Tenkara fly rod is available with both fast and slow actions to suit your casting style. The slow action model is slightly longer than the fast action but costs the same. Both models of the rod come with a cigar handle.
If you love spending time away from civilization when fishing, the TFO Soft Hackle Tenkara fly rod could be the perfect choice. With its telescopic design that shrinks down to 20.5 inches, the rod is ideal for fitting in a backpack or other bag. The simplistic construction of the rod not only gives you complete control over presentation, but also means fewer parts to potentially break. When you're on a long fishing trip, this simplicity is a major advantage over more complex rods.
A spare tip and second section are included with the TFO Soft Hackle Tenkara fly rod. The rod sock is designed with a line holder, making it easy to keep your line organized when it's not being used. Original owners are covered by a lifetime no-fault warranty.
Drop Ship Yes Ship Days N/A Backorderable Available Base Image /r/o/rod-tfo-soft-hackle-tenkara-config-1.jpg Model Handle Length Line Weight Action Weight Price TFO Soft Hackle Tenkara 106 Cigar 10'6'' Fast $225.00 TFO Soft Hackle Tenkara 116 Cigar 11'6'' Slow $225.00
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