Spey Casting With The Non-Dominant Hand on Top

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By Jeff Hickman SOMETIMES YOU LEARN SOMETHING VALUABLE COMPLEETLY BY ACCIDENT. Last Summer I was on the phone with a good friend and regular client catching up. He was bummed to not be able to fish during his favorite Fall season due to a major shoulder surgery...



Three Tips for Casting in the Wind

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By Bruce Chard WHEN YOU'RE FLY FISHING IN SALTWATER THERE IS ALMOST ALWAYS WIND. Saltwater fly fishing demands your A-game. Your presentations have to be spot on and when the wind is howling, it will test your angling mettle. If you're new to the game, it's intimidating...



The Belgian Cast

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A better fly cast for windy days. You know that feeling you get when you watch a school of bonefish swim away while you squirm and wrench your arm out of socket trying to get your fly out of your back? Yeah, me too. Casting with...



Slowing Down and Casting Easier Can Improve Your Fly Cast

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By Kent Klewein Read the title of this post and try to live by it. It's my attempt in "one sentence", to help fly anglers quickly improve their fly casting, and it's made me twice fly caster and fisherman I am today. There's lots more to fly...



Fly Casting: Power and Control

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By Louis Cahill I’m just back from four days fishing for golden dorado at Parana on the Fly Lodge in Argentina. Dorado fishing is the most demanding fly fishing I know and, days later, I still have the sore muscles to prove it. We target these apex...