Hundreds of boats cut through the waters of Hampton Roads on any given day, especially when summer comes around. Cruisers, sailboats and fishing boats aplenty: They all make the thousands of square miles of local waters their playground.
Tenkara fishing, as it is known, is a Japanese method that dates back at least four centuries and boils the craft down to its simplest form. No reels.
To some, fly fishing is for college professors, folks in tweed jackets who know the Latin names of fish and who smoke pipes on the river.