Destinations: Tenkara in Texas with Chris Johnson

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February 27, 2018

Daniel talks about tenkara fishing in the state of Texas with Chris Johnson, owner of Living Waters Fly Fishing in Round Rock, Texas.

Referenced in this episode:
Chris’ shop: Living Waters Fly-fishing, Round Rock, Texas
The “Rio Getter” fly:
Rio Getter fly tenkara

Images from our trip:
Largemouth bass on tenkara, using Tenkara USA Sato rod
Guadalupe Bass on tenkara

Guadalupe bass tongue spot

John of Tenkara USA with a Guadalupe bass

Chris and his family with a nice bass

a Largemouth bass on tenkara using the Tenkara USA Hane rod

sunfish on tenkara

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3 Responses to Destinations: Tenkara in Texas with Chris Johnson

  1. Valentin Ducloux-Lebon says:

    Hi Daniel,
    Hi the Tenkara USA team,

    I am from France and a big fan of what you do and the way you do it. I have just started Tenkara and listened your podcasts 3 times already. You are probably very busy with all your projects and the Tenkar Summit last month but are you planning to continue the podcasts? There is nothing similar in french unfortunately but I am sure there still plenty of subjects to be discussed.

    In any case, keep going!!! Thanks. Valentin

    • Hi Valentin, thanks so much for taking the time to write! At the moment I have been taking a bit of a break from podcasting to focus on other internal projects. I am thinking I will resume the podcast recording early next year and relaunch it. I appreciate you letting me know that you miss it. – Daniel

  2. Noah Williams says:

    I know I’m commenting very late, but I listened to this podcast this morning. Listening to both you and Chris discuss my home waters was eye-opening and heartwarming! I stick to some small ponds and Brushy Creek and realize how lucky I am to have them.

    Sunday morning I took a friend out on Brushy Creek and we caught bluegill for hours and had a blast. I took my first rod (a cheap one from Amazon) and my Rhodo which was perfect for the area.

    Thank you for the podcast!

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