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go even lighter
re-use an ordinary matchbox, sans matches. stores more size 10-12 kebaris than you'll need.

In Multiple Use Gear » ZPacks Toothbrush Case as 9g Mini Tenkara Fly Box
November 27, 3:27am

see also this previous thread
http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin/backpackinglight/forums/thread_display.html?forum_thread_id=51242

In Fishing » UL fishing footwear?
August 29, 7:12am

additional tenkara rod comparisons
Try tom davis' site at teton tenkara. Tom also has a wide range of rods and compares them usefully with a slightly different approach to Chris. Adds to the info to help a prospective buyer.

In Editor's Roundtable » Tenkara for Backpackers: State of the Market Report - Part 1
August 29, 6:56am

make your own on the spot
and if you dont have bit of cloth, make some tongs at camp while waiting for billy to boil. a knife and forked branch will do. here's a link to a video demonstrating the how..... http://www....

In Multiple Use Gear » Some ideas about pot handles replacement?
March 04, 5:53am

call it a zinger and market it to fly fishermen
or..... you could stick a small aluminum disc on the front with a picture of a trout on it, and resell them for $30 in a fly fishing shop. Fly fishermen use them for attaching things that you'...

In Multiple Use Gear » Solution looking for a problem to solve
November 22, 5:35am

Re: 11' Iwana
Allfishingbuy sells cheaper alternatives, might be worth a look if price is the key - quality not as good as TUSA, but still fine for fishing. Chris Stewart (aka Tenkarabum) also sells a collect...

In Fishing » Tenkara Iwana 11'
September 11, 7:06am

Re: Re: how'd it go?
actually, been too busy fishing to watch the forums. in july i went all the way to kiritibati. awesome.

In Fishing » *Lightweight* Saltwater Kit
August 04, 12:42am

lightweight tenkara's
you may also wish to look at the daiwa top end tenkara rods also, from sites like eg. TenkaraBum. They are lighter than the TUSA rods if you are a gram weenie, and would very much go unnoticed - a...

In Fishing » Take the tenkara rod or get a light spin rod?
August 04, 12:37am

too choosy?
the BPL pillow is a luxury to me when I think of the years of using my jumper when I was young. each to their own, I guess. I'm just happy to be out, and warm and dry at night is as much I wa...

In GEAR » Pillow woes
April 25, 5:43am

same rod
I think the idea might be to reduce stock. My understanding is that you replace the 12ft handle with 11ft one and remove next section up; rest of rod is the same. The old 11ft and 12ft rods appe...

In Fishing » Tenkara Iwana 11'
March 27, 11:43pm

All Reader Reviews by Craig Price

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Gossamer Gear Squall 2010
Just bought one, and while can't yet post a review, need to put in a comment about the company. A minor slip up resulted in the rear pole being forgotten from the packed tent. Contacted the st...

In Shelters - Tarps & Floorless
May 21, 3:42am

KOMPERDELL Carbon Ultra Light C3
Not that light, my 140cm version weighs 180g or 6.3oz each - most of the weight is in the heavy handle. I have the opposite problem. The poles jam in both of the bottom sections. No probs with s...

In Trekking Poles
May 21, 3:34am

SteriPen Adventurer
I've had the Steripen Journey for some time now. It does everything it was stated to do. I don't need to carry lots of water. As I backpack to fish (solely), I am near or aiming to get to, ...

In Hydration - Water Treatment
May 21, 3:18am