Reverse Hackle Tenkara Tie-a-thon for CO flood victims Sep 21-22nd

On September 20, 2013
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For every reverse-hackle tenkara fly you tie tomorrow and the day after (September 21-22nd MST) and share a picture with us on our Facebook page or Twitter (with the hashtags #tenkarausa #tenkara4COflood) we’ll donate $1 to help flood victims in Colorado. If you make a short video of yourself tying the fly, we’ll donate $5 per video. No limits on how many flies you can tie and share pictures of.
Tenkara fly with reverse hackle
If you don’t have a Facebook account or Twitter account, please get one and connect with us for this initiative as that will allow us to keep track of the activity. You don’t have to even send the fly anywhere, it’s yours to keep, but we do ask that the flies be tied tomorrow or Sunday.
Never tied a fly before? Don’t have a vise? No worries. Tenkara flies are very easy to tie. You just need a hook, sewing thread, and feathers (even a pillow’s feather can work). Watch these tenkara fly tying videos for some inspiration:

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6 Responses to Reverse Hackle Tenkara Tie-a-thon for CO flood victims Sep 21-22nd

  1. […] is the video that I shot as  part of the Tenkara Tie-A-Thon for the Colorado flood […]

  2. […] Tie-A-Thon For Flood Victims Tenkara USA announced yesterday on their blog that they are sponsoring a reverse hackle fly tie-a-thon this weekend and will donate all the […]

  3. […] Tenkara USA is holding a “fly-tie-a-thon” to benefit the victims of flooding in Colorado… For every fly tied and shared on either twitter or their Facebook page, TUSA will be donating $1 to help those effected. It’s a good cause, and at the absolute least it’s a great excuse to practice tying. […]

  4. […] weekend we held the first Tenkara Tie-a-thon to help victims of the devastating Colorado flood. The recent floods have swept homes, displaced […]

  5. Tim says:

    What’s the name of the music you are using?


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