9x 0weight.mp4

790.H.S. 7ft9in 0weight.
Hollow build, Splice joint.

"The best fly rod for Japanese Yamame, Ever."

In Japan in the 1980s, 6-weight or 5-weight was used in mountain streams and village rivers; 4-weight was not yet available. Later, 4-weight line were introduced and then 3-weight and lighter line were used. 3-weight line were the standard in Japan. However, the same thing has been inertia for more than 30 years. After developing the 1-weight and 2-weight, we arrived at the 0-weight. It was a long journey, but there was a delicate and profound world that only those who have experienced it can understand. 3-weight is now a thing of the past. The larger fly size of the Japanese June drake that hatch in the river Yu between May and June can be cast without problems. (Strictly two different hatches).
A traditional Japanese urushi lacquer coating is used to create a supple action. Repeatedly, the urushi lacquer is brushed and polished over and over again by hand. However, the urushi lacquer is not thick and has a thin finish. To finish with a lighter total weight of the rod. Urushi lacquerware is also widely known as kaiseki dish coated. This coating dares to give the appearance of a carbon fibre rod when viewed from a distance.