Fusion Tenkara Line Series: BIG


  1. Casts and feels like a regular fly line
  2. Unique double taper profile provides two different turn-overs, feel and presentation
  3. One for high wind or heavy flies, the other for lights flies and presentations
  4. Welded connection loops at both ends
  5. Color coded for convenience
  6. This line pairs with our Kyojin, Kyojin II and Suimenka Tenkara Fly Rods
  7. This line is substantially heavier and designed beefier rods
  8. For use in fresh and saltwater
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This uniquely designed tenkara fly line is our beefiest line in the Zen Tenkara Fusion Line Series so we call it “BIG”. With loops at both ends and two destinctly different tapers, BIG delivers two different presnetations and turn-over rates: One for normal use, lighter flies and delicate presentations. The other, for high wind conditions, big, heavy flies and bigger turn-overs  Either way the line is extremely accurate, easy to cast and lays down softly. All Zen Fusion Lines float and are designed to lay  and be fished on the surface of the water – both fresh and salt.  Zen Fusion Lines are attached to the lillian cord quick and easy by creating a Girth Hitch. We recommend using a loop-to-loop connection for your leader/tippet setup. This supple line lays out perfectly and is made in the USA. BIG is available in 2 lengths: 16ft and 28ft. BIG pairs best with the Kyojin, Kyojin II, and Suimenka Zen Tenkara Rods.

Additional information

Weight .2 lbs
Dimensions 3 × 3 × 1 in


1 review for Fusion Tenkara Line Series: BIG

  1. Jeffhoven@yahoo.com

    Heavy enough to send the heaviest of flys. can your rod tip handle it the big question. Not for light presentation. Ready to handling the northern pike , I am after and just loud enough on the water to bring them in for dinner without sending them running.

    • Karin Miller

      Thanks for your comment. We agree this line is for big rods and big fish….and can handle big flies. It is a line we designed for our Kyojin rod and our Suimenka. Have you tried attaching it from both ends? When you attach the orangle end to your rod, your presentation, big a nice long tapered leader should be pretty soft…soft enough to cast at bones, permit and other skittish fish. When you attached the green side to your rod, the effect is a big turn over…almost skagit-like for launching wet dish rag flies. We agree, if you are using a different manufacturer’s rod, the question is, can your rod handle it? Excited to hear about your pike adventure. Let us know how it goes.

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