Anchor Placement When Space Is Tight

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You could write a book about anchor placement in Spey casting. In fact, I feel sure several have been written. Rightfully so, since anchor placement is the foundation on which a good Spey cast is built. For those who are not aware, the anchor is...



Sunday Classic / Georgia Man Catches Trout On Car Key, But Why?

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Why in the hell would you fish that? I’m glad you asked. To prove a point. For some reason this year I have run into more anglers with attitude than usual. Ranging from the dry fly purest who think they walk on the water rather...



The Belgian Cast

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Learn the Belgian cast and rule the wind. 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...



Snap Your Wrist For Line Speed

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Today Bruce is going to get a little closer to that fly rod and talk about the roll your wrist plays in fly casting. Watch closely. Bruce has great mussel memory from thousands of hours of casting. Watch the subtlety of his wrist movement. The snap...



Saturday’s Shoutout / Tie One On Athon & Fly Tying w/ Davie McPhail

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This weeks Saturday Shoutout goes to S.C.O.F’s Tie-One-On-Athon for Project Healing waters and a nice stash of 58 fly tying videos by Davy McPhail. http://www.southerncultureonthefly.com/tooat2012.html Tying for a good cause on Feb. 26, 2012. If you live within driving distance to this event we highly...