Chatroulette was the first random or “roulette” video chat room site.
Although it came after Omegle‘s text-only version, and i Meetzu‘s random chat social network, there was still plenty of room to innovate by bringing video into the mix!
At any rate, Chatroulette took a lot of heat for it’s problem with men revealing their genitals too often.
Although it still can be a bit of a problem, they have done a decent job cleaning it up so it’s not quite as bad as it used to be.
The large user base makes it a must try for anyone looking for a great chat room, because you never know who you will meet or where they will be from!
It can be very entertaining, and sometimes you can even get pranked by people posing as celebrities or the opposite sex – you might even end up in a funny popular Youtube video!
Anyway, we rank Chatroulette #3 on our list of the best chat room apps, so make sure you check it out at
Tenkara was developed on highly featured water with opportunistic trout. Try the following steps to plan and execute your approach: Congrats. There are many, many other useful casts you will eventually learn in Tenkara.A skilled Tenkara angler can be productive on an impressive variety of waters, but Tenkara really shines under these conditions. If you’re staring at a gnarled mess of pockets, runs, riffles, tongues, tonsils, counter-currents, and swirling eddies packed in 50 yards of water, then you’re staring at perfect Tenkara water. But the overhand is the fundamental cast that should be mastered first. Ishigaki – foremost proponent of Tenkara in Japan – executing a good overhand cast.Here, we will divide presentation into approach, cast, and fly manipulation. Notice the use of some elbow flexion to impart more power in the backcast, the slight pause to allow the line to straighten and the rod to load, followed by primarily wrist flexion to impart precise power to the forward cast.Sometimes you’ll want to float your fly delicately to the surface of the water (to prevent spooking fish, keep the fly on the surface, mimic the landing of a small dry fly, etc).Other times, you’ll want to slam your fly down hard (to drive a wet fly deep, mimic a fallen terrestrial, etc).Either way, with traditional Tenkara, you always want the fly to land first.