Fix Your Tailing Loops Once and For All

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Tailing loops are maybe the most common problem in fly casting and they are remarkably easy to fix. During our last Bonefish School in the Bahamas we had a great conversation about tailing loops with good friend Michael White. Whitie's approach to fixing tailing loops...



The Errant Cast

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Why do we do that? While on our latest fishing trip I brought up a rather interesting subject that I just don’t get.It was windy. Like 20-30mph windy. And to add insult, the wind was blowing right into my casting shoulder. I had just made a...



The Water Haul Cast – Slow Your Roll

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By Kent Klewein The water haul cast is phenomenal for fly fishing small trout streams. I love it for a few reasons. First, because it allows you to make a presentation without false casting over the fish. This is done by you using the water and fly...



Saturday Shoutout / The Cobra Climbs A Tree

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Having trouble getting your fly into those hard to reach trees? The Limp Cobra can help. This post strikes the perfect balance between humor and solid information. Even if trees are not a problem for you, you'll get a couple of good laughs. If they are,...



How To Get High Line Speed

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Casting in the salt is demanding at times, to say the least. To help fight those strong winds that affect your distance and accuracy you have to add as much controlled power as you can to the cast. This is absolutely crucial. Having high line speed helps...