I went to Tar Hollow State Park (my old work place) to visit some of my old friends. I took my tenkara rod because it fits just about anywhere. I put on a sakasa kebari I tied the other day to see if it would work well. It only took 3 casts to gain the attention of some hungry bluegill. I fished it as a wet fly and twitched it along. It was shallow enough for me to see the reverse hackle pulsating, which was pretty cool. I fished for about 20 minutes and caught 5 bluegill and a small largemouth that INHALED the fly. It wasn't messing around when he saw it scooting along. Not a bad afternoon!