As I started casting to targets, I began to notice an occasional dip in the fly leg of my front loop. It was a precursor to a tailing loop. If the dip was bigger or the loop was… Read More
When Chris Korich asked me what my goal was for casting a number of years ago, I naively told him that I want to be able to cast to the other side of the small pond (~93 feet)…. Read More
One of the most important keys to improving your cast is to aim at a target. When I am sight-fishing, I am trying to place my dry fly precisely in front of the fish in the correct lane…. Read More
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Last Updated: 2018-11-11 by Glen Ozawa
When Should You Accelerate the Rod During a Back Cast?
A common problem in fly casts is the line slapping the water behind the caster. It’s a problem that once plagued me, too. There may be fish behind us, but that’s not where we are fishing. Once… Read More