Tenkara Rod Co. The Teton Package

Tenkara Rod Co. The Teton Package
Tenkara Rod Co. The Teton Package
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The Teton Package by Tenkara Rod Co.
Here that' That's the sound of the river calling your name, so pack up the The Teton Package from Tenkara Road Co. and answer the call. With everything you need to get started, this package includes the popular The Teton tenkara rod, three hand-tied flies, a 13-foot chartreuse line, and a wood line spool to keep your line neatly organized as hike to a new fishing hole.The included Teton Rod is a well-balanced rod that puts an emphasis on simplicity. Beginner anglers and seasoned veterans will appreciate its precise action, ultralight design, and included swivel tips that help reduce tangles as you work a shallow riffle or deep eddy. The rod collapses to a compact and portable twenty inches and extends to a full 12 feet, making it easy to reach those hard-to-reach feeding lanes and make quick mends to ensure your drift is perfect.

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