Zen Tenkara Line and Fly Keeper
Zen Tenkara Line and Fly Keeper
The Tenkara Line and Fly Keeper is a low profile, ultralight, on-the-rod, minimalist organizer. It consists of a single tenkara line removable spool with built-in fly compartments on each side, so has double the capacity. The fly keeper compartments have secure snap lids that close tight. The soft rubber base piece simply slides onto your rod, won’t scratch the finish and stays put. The spool fits ontop of the base snuggly. Preload your spools with different length lines, then simply switch them out as needed. Add a handful of assorted flies and you are ready to go. Base piece can accomodate a wide rangle of tenkara rod widths. Unit consists of one spool and one base piece.
- Holds tenkara line and flies
- Two fly keeper compartments
- Removable spool
- Soft rubber base won’t scratch rod finish
- Stays secure on tenkara rod
- Fits broad range of tenkara rods
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