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Kevin C. Kelleher, MD, is a family physician, an adjunct professor of medicine, the author of a monthly medical advice column, and an award-winning painter. He is also a backpacker, canoeist, and tenkara devotee.
Misako Ishimura, a top international fly-fishing competitor, was the charter director of the International Women Fly Fishers and the founder of World Fly Fishing of Japan.
Beautifully written prose, lots of excellent information, my one suggestion would be to add a glossary of terms for beginning fly fisher persons. It is true that Dr. Read morePublished 16 days ago by S. Lauterbach
I borrowed this book from the library, it was a ok book, i found another tenkara book to be better and well written, this is written and spoken in like 3rd person by 3 people and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by R L Shotts
The only thing missing would have been pictures, but in keeping with the vein of simplifying fishing they would probably been superfluous. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Glen R. Scott Jr.
This book is a great first book for anyone getting into tenkara fishing. I enjoyed reading it. Great illustrations and a fairly inclusive introduction to tenkara.Published 7 months ago by Dennis Vander Houwen
I enjoyed this book, I was wanting to learn how to fish Tenkara and decide whether to purchase a rod. This book helped me decide that it would be fun to learn.Published 8 months ago by Charles Coyne
The information in the book is pretty much known to any person Tenkara fishing. I was expecting many more pictures of old and new style Japanese Tenkara fishing. Read morePublished 9 months ago by M. G. Bailey
At first blush, $3.99 seems reasonable for the Kindle version. Don't get me wrong, I'm all for helping out the little guy, but I expect something in return. Read morePublished 13 months ago by B. Caldwell
Good book for beginners. Lots of history, tackle info and fishing techniques. Gives you a great start to a very pure and simple form of fishing.Published 13 months ago by bill