Friday, July 1, 2011

Tenkara Fly & Hex Rod Cases

Had a bit of time free yesterday so I painted out another Tenkara fly.  This is what TenkaraUSA.com has to say about this great wet fly; "The Fujioka Kebari is named after renowned tenkara angler and traditional tenkara fly collector, Mr. Yoshikazu Fujioka. This is one of his favorite patterns.  A simple soft hackle wet fly, the Fujioka Kebari is an elegant pattern that can be fished subsurface or deeper in the water."
The discovery of Tenkara for me has been a milestone in my angling life and every time I surf the web for more information I find that more and more anglers flocking to this great take on a classic sport.


Also, some of you might know already that I have been involved with HexFishing.com but I thought I'd give you a bit more information on our signature product anyway.  Hand crafted out of American Hard Woods, these truly unique cases will protect that special glass, graphite, or one of a kind bamboo fly rod of yours with a classic style unattainable from any other case out there.  No longer will your favorite rod be relegated to collecting dust in a closet or garage.  With the artisan style of this case, it will be a compliment to any decor.  Guaranteed to protect your rods for years to come, this heirloom quality case will be a piece you will want to show off just as much as that rod.
Take a minute and head over to check out the two styles of cases that are available.


Also for those of you wanting a new trout t-shirt, don't go to your local Bass Pro for a mass produced fishing shirt.  Instead support your local fishing community and head over to  hexfishing.com.  With two shirts to choose from, you can now own a piece of functional art designed by yours truly.  The most popular is the Brown In Hand Tee.


Available in sizes XXL, XL, L, M, & S these shirts are professionally printed and ready to be worn to your next fly tying event.  Show off your Hex Fishing addiction with these tees that that will make your friends wonder where you got such cool threads.
Now with a cheesy sales pitch like that, how can you resist not popping over to hexfishing.com and picking one up?  Seriously, Its a great shirt!    And as with all sales, all proceeds go to feeding an angling addiction.

2 comments:

Trout Magee said...

I always like seeing all those great paintings. The T shirt is great. Thanks for the link to HexFishing. Tight Lines.

AYearOnTheFly said...

T.M. - Glad you enjoy the post. Thanks for the comment.