That's right, 100! I have reached 100 tenkara fishing videos on the Teton Tenkara Youtube channel!
I have tried to share, through poorly executed video footage, what I learned from each and every trip. Sure, I don't always tell you where I'm fishing (what fly fisher tells the world where each and every fish they catch is to be had), but I show you what rod, line, and fly I used to catch those fish -- that's more than most videos tell you. On many, I show you where I placed the fly, the fly's drift, and where the fish took the fly. That should allow most anyone to learn where to place the fly on waters with similar characteristics.
I have enjoyed making these videos, and I've appreciated the kind comments that many of you have shared with me. It's been fun to have you along with me on my tenkara outings. How many more videos will I make in the future? I don't know. I've got a lot of footage on Youtube that's private. It's the way I combine my fishing log data with video data for future reference, but it's cumbersome to always wear a camera. So, I don't know if I'll keep going. But at least for now there are 100 videos -- or should I say 101.
Here's video 101, from just the other day: