TENKARA TRIP

Yellowstone National Park, WY

In September we traveled with Tenkara Rod Co to Driggs, Idaho and West Yellowstone for some fall fishing and film projects. We hiked into Bitch Creek and caught a few beautiful native cutthroat, a place known for being bear country. Unfortunately we have no still shots of the fish since we were focusing on getting video footage.


Destination: Eastern Idaho and Yellowstone / Activity: Fishing / Rods: Tenkara Rod Co

After a few days fishing in Driggs we headed to West Yellowstone. We watched Old Faithful blow, got skunked in the park, and stood face to face with a mama elk and baby elk. It was amazing watching the elk roam among the buffalo and we really felt like guests in their territory. We spent a couple nights staying in a cabin for $100 a night that slept four plus baby Van and my dog Jimmy. Not a bad deal!

By the end of the trip we were dirty and exhausted, but we had such a great time. If you ever get the chance to visit this neck of the woods you definitely should. Gorgeous area, tons of outdoor activities, and a slow pace lifestyle. Don't forget to pick up a Tenkara package here for an early Christmas present to get started on fishing!

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6 comments on TENKARA TRIP

  1. I think you mean Birch Creek...?? :)

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    1. nope, bitch creek is in the teton river near idaho/wyoming border

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  2. Beautiful pictures! It looks amazing

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  3. my hearrrrt!!!!! seeing these pictures of you with your little one looking on is so inspiring. my husband has been an angler since childhood and only learned about fly fishing after we got married. he's wanted to teach me, but i wasn't really into it until our son was born. now, i'm exciting to learned WITH our little guy so that we can spend those magical moments hiking/fishing together. i've never seen a tankara rod or know much about it, but off the bat, it intimitates me less than typical fly rods - love the concept. maybe i should add one to my christmas wish list?

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  4. I'm not sure if you've answered this, but what camera do you use to take these incredible photos? nomoneywilltravel.com

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    1. thank you so much! i shot all these images on a canon 5d mk ii
      -kylie

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