@Tony - How do I think Tenkara would handle a 5-6 lb trout? I caught a 23" brown with a Tenkara rod on the Madison and the rod did fine - I did have to "chase" the fish down stream. I think at some point, if you want to keep the fish, you'll have to do the bobbing routine from A River Runs Through It. The better question is "how would you handle a 5-6 lb trout" and the typical answer upon hooking one is "I'd crap my pants!" then worry about how the rod would handle it.
@Zach - education is fast and furious in the days of the internet, there's lots of good stuff out there. I'd start with this as a most basic introduction: Wikipedia Article on Fly Fishing, then type "fly fishing how-to" on YouTube.com. Then, then go to your local fly shop and tell them you're brand new and you need help. I think one of the best ways to learn it, if you have no friends who fly fish, and a little cash, is to hire a guide. Money well spent, you'll learn to cast correctly. Also local shops can tell you about casting clinics, fishing shows, and other events. So, get plugged in there.
@Nia - casting distance is limited by the length of the line (10.5 feet) + the length of your tippet (3' to 8') minus the hanging arc horizontal distance between the tip of your rod (the terminus of your line) and where the line hits the water (equation not provided). In other words, a few feet less than the line+leader length. Casting distance is less relevant in Tenkara fishing than conventional fly fishing.
@Hendrik - the song in the video is Look for Me in the Mountains.
@Thomas - I have to laugh at your comment that the Sage is going to be gathering dust for awhile. Yeah, mine too. Reminds me of the old days of saying "The Dana (pack) is going to be gathering dust for awhile..."