After several windy days I had an opportunity to go back to the stream where I did the season opening.
A short summary in motion picture...
This outing was very nice, even though I had forgotten my sunglasses, and I think that I made progress since last year on two key points:
-Accuracy: I have been so precise in my casting, even when I was fishing with a western fly rod. Tenkara is, according to me, a fly fishing technique that consists in teasing the trouts where they are and not in waiting for them to betray their presence. If they do, good. Otherwise I take a little bit of time to observe the stream and try my luck.
-Enticing: When I released the first trout in the pool and saw another one rising about 7 feet from me I thought it was a good opportunity to test my discretion and my ability to make my kebari interesting in the eyes of a trout. There is a little more than one year that I fish Tenkara only and I think that my perseverance to fish only in the traditional style is beginning to pay. Fly animation combined with a good drift can really make a difference.
I will go soon fishing tenkara on streams I have never fished yet. That is, I think, the best way to improve my tenkara.