The Need For Speed, Line Speed, That Is

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The King of Speed Photo by Louis Cahill

Joel Dickey is one of the most dynamic casters I’ve ever seen. One of the hallmarks of his dominating casting style is truly awesome line speed. It enables him to shoot massive amounts of line and hit distant targets with accuracy, even in high wind. In this video he explains how you can build your line speed.

Louis Cahill
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