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The best time to fish is "Anytime you can get on the water". The worst day of fishing is much better than the best day at work. When fishing in freshwater best time to fish dawn and dusk, in the early morning, or at night, when it's cool, and when fish haven't been feeding all day. When fishing in saltwater, refer to the incoming tide table and fish 1 hour before high tide.
A combination of understanding the fish and the techniques used to catch them will help you to hook more fish to the end of your line. Better knowing and understanding of the fish that you are trying to catch will make you a more successful angler, whether you are fishing for trout on a
surfing on the beach for a
Striped Bass or trolling on the open water for
Matila M., Covina, CA, USA
Trout with A4-58-4-4509, December 2016.
Ben B., Red Lodge, MT, USA
I do like the rod NISHIN-4509
and can't wait to get back out there. We are looking at another cold snap here. Attached are photos from Tuesday, December 2016.
Dennis K, Bronx, NY, USA
The Daiwa Hera rod Daiwa-Youshu-17 fishes trout beautifully. Rod is handling trout well! One on the San Juan worm and the other on a woolly bugger. December, 2016.
John C, Dixon, IL, USA
I got 24 feet pole A5-58-2-7213
from you last year and I got 30 feet pole from you yesterday A1-114-3-9009
. Both pole are great! I don't see that you don't sell pole winders. Pole winders is great for storage float rigs for pole fishing. I suggest is that you sell pole winders. Picture of I caught big bluegills on pole! November, 2016.
Merrick, Long Island, NY
Great catches in Neds Creek, Long Island using F1-57-2-2708 November, 2016.
P.J. M., Kentucky, USA
September 2015. Early morning catch and release river fishing in Kentucky using my new 9' WAKATA-2706
Tenkara rod with 14' of 10# level line, 3 foot 5x tippet, and a self tied Wooly Bugger beaded fly.
Silvio De M., Linden, New Jersey, USA
August 2015. I have been use this Pole-A5-58-2-3607
it is a very good pole. Light, compact and very sensible. When I went to the park and stop at the fishing spot, I can see people starting look at me and thinking were is the rod. I use live bait, size 8 dry hook, simple Thill balsa float and I am in business. Thank you very much for your attention.
Runru L., Newark, DE, USA
May 2015. Hi, Here are some trophy pictures I took yesterday during my fishing trip. The rod
is a nice rod. The first picture was taken after the first "trail" of the rod. I caught a large carp at the first trail.
Dalibor. Serbia, Europe
I received pole A1-80-2-7211
on friday, everything is ok, thanks to you and your team for support one more time. Pole is best suit for our terrain in Serbia. Greetings from Dalibor and friends.
Jose S., Newburgh, NY
Went Carp fishing today with my new Hera-B1-89-2-3604 rod. Good news… the rod was amazing. Great Carp on my new rod. The fish had a lot of attitude and I was amazed how well the Hera rod handled the fight. Great rod… great price!
Keith W., Jersey, Channel Islands, United Kingdom
We use the poles, and other stuff, to fish our shallow fast waters that can lie many miles offshore, yet, can dry out at low water. we can get a 40ft tide cycle. This is Jersey, Channel Islands, Great Britain on the very edge of the SE coast. People just don't play here. We also fish this area at night.
Using the long poles allows us to drift baits etc along in a natural manner for the few minutes, that particular piece of water is accessible. The following shot, is 2.5 miles from shore actual.
Carlos Blatt, Brazil, August 2013
Hi, this my was 1st fish on the Kamasu. Caught a bunch averaging from 6 to 8 inches. I love fishing the smallies. This rod is totally different from any other rod i've fished. My rods are all 6:4, 7:3 or even stiffer ones with solid tips. This one, besides being a 5:5, is a hollow tip one. It casts and feels odd at first but i liked it very much. It is very soft overall with a stiffer tip. So it is able to cast tight loops with a level line like a 7:3 would do. But when a fish over 8 inches strike the fly it bends in half like we all expect from a 5:5 rod.
Lyuba, Roza, Oleg. Marlboro, NJ, USA
Igor. Just wanted to thank you for the wonderful unforgettable fishing trip we had last week. Thanks for the support, your rods are amazing. It was a great experience for us and we all had a lot of fun. Look at the pictures to see the result. We look forward to fishing again with your amazing rods soon.
YURI T., lake HODGES, SAN DIEGO, CA. May 11, 2013
I want to thank you for your work, great quality and fast delivery, Spin-C1-60-2-6312
! This is a trophy from last fishing trip, 39 LB CARP!!!!
Carlos Blatt, Brazil
Hi Alla, in the 2 links below pictures i made to test the Hirame 7:3 sensivity
. Caught a bunch of small tílápia averaging from 6 to 8 inches. I know this is a very capable rod and can handle bigger fish but i was impressed as how responsive it is even with these smallies that put a nice bend down to the 3rd section. It is a fast but very soft and very precise casting rod, love it!
Lenny, Roza, Gabriela, Lana and Milena. Brooklyn, NY, USA
We would like to thank you for great fishing trip we had yesterday which would be impossible without excellent rods we bought from you! Igor and Alla what would we do without you!? We all had so much fun that for the first time we were late for work today! Also we had a chance to try your newest tenkara rods
! They are amazingly easy to handle and we are all very impressed with their performance
Thank you for giving us this opportunity!
Alex V., August, NJ, USA
Last summer I had a wild rafting and drifting trip in Alaska - more then 500 mi on the cataraft. I used 9ft Telescopic Casting Fishing Rod Cast-F1-58-2-2706
every day for fishing. My rod worked perfect for grayling, and I was absolutely happy when I caught my first Sheefish. I afraid of my rod is too light for 30 pounds fish but rod acted as a hero - I got fish. That Sheefish was not last. The Rod is perfect and the best rod what I ever used.
Thanks AllFishingbuy.com for distributing on US market perfect products.
Sincerely, Alex V., August, 2011. NJ - Alaska - NJ
Jamie L. P., Salem, Arkansas, USA
Greetings from south Louisiana. I recently was able to go fishing in some private water in Louisiana and caught about 20 extremely high-grade coppernose Bluegills
and one fine
about 17" (this is a guess) long. I have enclosed pictures for you to load on your site if you so desire.
I used home/self-tied weighted Wooly Buggers, your 10 lbs green fly line
, 4-lbs leader, and of course your 14'
tenkara rod. This rod has become my go-to tackle whenever possible over the past year and I have caught hundreds of fish on it. I have absolute confidence in this rod after having caught the catfish I already posted last year and am now forming a strategy to catch a 5-lbs + largemouth bass hopefully this summer. I reccomend the 14' Wakata with zero reservations and wholeheartedly endorse it for anyone wanting to try tenkara. It is a fantastic addition to anyone's arsenal and your service is outstanding! Thank you for selling this cost-effective option and I will continue to patronise your business whenever possible. Thank you and have a fine day.
Sincerely, Jamie L. P.
Azat H., Kazan, Russia
Finally I have been tested my 11' Wakata Tenkara Rod on fishing trip. Huge amount of impressions! The rod is exactly what I was looking for and could not find. Thanks a lot for the rod and fast shipping of the order. Success and prosperity to your business.
Randy K., Warm Springs, VA, USA
I caught this 31inch 17lb+ Carp
at the mouth of the Jackson River on my
Tenkara Universal Rod. It was quite a battle with me having to move up and down stream with the fish in waist deep water for some time before she tired enough for me to land her.
Jamie L. P., Salem, Arkansas, USA
Good evening from northern Arkansas. I just bought one of your 14'
Tenkara rod and caught nice Blue Catfish
on a size 14 bead head white wooly bugger in my farm pond here on my property. I was using a 4-lb mono tippet about 5' long and your green level line 10-lb test
. I was catching
(I had about 40 or so) off the bank when this one struck. I knew immediately I had a good one on and the fight lasted between 6 and 8 minutes. It is my best tenkara catch to date.
Igor, the Wakata performed beautifully, bending all the way to the butt without breaking. The first three sections have a lot of give in them but there is an immense amount of reserve in the lower sections. I was already very impressed with the rod but now I am completely sold on it. I would reccommend this rod to any serious angler looking to get started in tenkara and in absolutely no way feel this rod is of low quality! I am very impressed and look very forward to fishing this rod for years to come. The fish is approximately 24 inches and roughly five pounds according to the State of Missouri's length/weight chart. Not to brag but it's a pretty big fish for tenkara!
Sincerely, Jamie L. P.