Posts From Graham Moran

An Informal Survey

Do you want to be a part of what Tenkara Grasshopper is? Here is your chance to give us your feedback and wishlist!

Read More

Tenkara Epiphanies: A Guest Post

The following was an email that I recieved from Jack Bombardier of Confluence Casting. I found this very interesting and asked if he would be willing to do this as a guest post. Luckily, for all of you, he said yes! Enjoy to your hearts content.

Read More

Time Gets Away From Us In The Tenkara World

Time passes us by so quickly when we focus on those things that seem to be the most important to us. This summer it has been my family that has taken much of my time and concentration. Being a home

Read More

Peace and Tenkara

I believe that inner and outer harmony can be achieved through practices such as meditation, yoga, and the martial arts. In the past, even I have used these techniques to attain a personal harmony with the world. In each and every practice I have attained tiny segments of this overall harmony, although I have not been able to bring these pieces together until recently, and it is because of tenkara that I have accomplished this.

Read More

Do I have to use a tenkara kebari?

Tenkara is traditionally done using kebari, yet this tip might help you get over the fear of kebari.

Read More

“Peace and Tenkara”, The Catch and Release of the Happy Endorphin.

Bear Creek, Colorado I struggled through my young life with happiness.  Trying different things, experimenting, researching, learning about spirituality and consciousness. Being obsessed with the search. At times my conscious mind has tried to convince me I must do certain

Read More

“Karel’s Catchumall” Pattern A guest post by Denver Dobbins

To all my valued readers and in particular Karel Lansky. Mr. Denver Dobbins sent me a post recently and I decided that it would be enjoyable to have a little fun with Karel. Thank you Denver for such a funny

Read More

What attracts me to Tenkara by Kevin Fricke A Guest Post

What I love about Tenkara the most is how simple a system for fishing it is.  For a novice like myself it could not have been easier to pick up and learn how to cast.  This is coming from someone

Read More