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Wetfly Kodomo Creek Tenkara Fly Rod Kit - 8’

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About Wetfly Kodomo Creek Tenkara Fly Rod Kit - 8’

Closeouts. Wetfly's Kodomo Creek Tenkara fly rod kit includes all you need to enter the world of Tenkara fishing, a technique that eliminates the reel and strips fly fishing to the bare essentials. The kit includes rod, line, tippets and flies along with a guide that has tips on Tenkara technique.


Specs about Wetfly Kodomo Creek Tenkara Fly Rod Kit - 8’

  • Length: 8'
  • Number of pieces: 1-piece telescoping
  • Type of grip: One handed
  • Type of cork: Grade A
  • Rod material: Graphite
  • Rod case material: Aluminum tube with cloth bag
  • Weight: 2 oz.
  • Recommended use: Freshwater
  • Made in China


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2.857142 5 Overall Rating: 2.9 Based on 7 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Great deal
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Patrick from NW Corner CT on Monday, April 17, 2017
Rod is a little on the stiffer side of the equation. Eight feet is a good size for the little brook trout streams I like to fish, especially this time of year. Package comes with a Tenkara line that is similar to a short section of fly line, maybe a two weight. I tried this out and ultimately abando... Read More
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  • basic
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by #1 from Colorado on Tuesday, July 17, 2018
    I think it's a great rod for the clearance price
  • Broke shortly after purchase
    Reviewed by Coach from Colorado Rockies on Sunday, November 5, 2017
    Thanks to STP for the easy return.

    Sadly the way the sections fit into one another is a design flaw (it is a telescoping rod). Seating the rod parts too tight will result in them pulling through. Seating them too lightly will allow flexing in a bad way. The result will be time spent on the side of a stream repairing the rod or worse, breaking it.

    Other than this flaw, the product is pretty cool. I wish it worked.
  • Broke after two uses
    Reviewed by Lpshop from Wisconsin on Monday, October 2, 2017
    Broke after the second use as I slipped it back into the case. The "warranty" costs $50 plus shipping. What a sad sad warranty.
  • Great small stream intro to Tenkara
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Joe from Atlanta on Wednesday, July 26, 2017
    I've been curious about this discipline for quite a while. One holdback was the length of most rods - 12 to 15 feet. This works on big water but not on small streams like I have in North Georgia. I fished this 8' rod last week and found it perfect for these waters. I could use a highstick nymph only approach with my own rods, and I often do, but Tenkara forces you to concentrate on only one method. Without the constant thoughts of, should I switch flies? Dry/dropper? Weight and indicator? I was able to concentrate on where I was fishing and really cover water. My first fish was a beautiful 10" streambred rainbow. I may not become a full Tenkara guy but I do enjoy the stripped down approach!
  • Not Tenkara
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Will from CO on Monday, July 17, 2017
    I bought this kit to keep around for friends & family try Tenkara. Unfortunately this rod (8' length') is too short, but mostly too stiff to present a dry fly effectively. The kit comes with a rod, tippet, flies, and... fly line? The essence of tenkara fishing is a light line, the lightest you can get away, coupled with a soft rod. Switching out the fly line for some #3 level line was a mild improvement in casting & fly presentation, not satisfactory though. There are other scenarios where it could work, nymping, worm fishing, etc. Wetfly dropped the ball on this one, in fact I take some offense to them marketing this as a beginners tenkara kit. Even at 70$ it is a waste, save your money for a real tenkara rod.

Question & Answer

Questions about this product? Get answers from community and staff experts.

  • “How long is the rod when it's collapsed?”
    Asked by Borgny from Colorado on 7/7/2017 12:20:26 PM
    • The rod is 55cm when collapsed.
      Answered on 7/7/2017 4:30:43 PM by Product Specialist from Sierra Trading Post

About Wetfly

Born of a passion for fly fishing, nurtured by inspiration and innovation, and focused on a commitment to quality and success on the water, Wetfly has risen like a Yellowstone Cutthroat to a place of prominence in the fly fishing industry. Founded in 1999, Wetfly presents world renowned flies tied by partner Craig Black, who has been tying quality flies worldwide for more than 35 years. Craig learned the craft from his dad, Dennis, the original founder of Umpqua, and started some of the first fly-tying factories in Thailand in the '70s. He continues to direct the production of top quality, hand-tied flies for Wetfly.