Spey Casting Diagnostics Checklist

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By Jeff Hickman SPEY CASTING IS A PROCESS REQUIRING SEVERAL STEPS TO BE FULLY COMPLETED IN A SEQUENCE. To effectively and consistently make good spey casts you need to focus on these steps, especially when learning. But even veteran and advanced two-handed casters also need to focus...

Practice Makes Permit

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TODAY WE HEAR FROM ANOTHER NEW G&G CONTRIBUTOR. Bruce Chard likely needs no introduction. You've seen and heard him many times on G&G, but now its official. We are proud to have Bruce a regular contributor on all things saltwater. Photo by Louis Cahill Photo by Louis Cahill NO...

The Other Water Haul

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By Louis Cahill Here’s an unusual, and highly effective, way to use the water haul cast. Most anglers are familiar with the water haul. If you are not, check out the video and links I have shared below. The basic idea is that you use the surface...

Changing Your Mind About The Off Shoulder Spey Cast

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By Louis Cahill Most anglers, myself included, struggle with making a spey cast off their non-dominant side. As a right-handed caster, it has always felt unnatural for me to cast off my left shoulder. It’s almost the two-handed equivalent of casting left handed. Because it feels awkward,...

Tim Rajeff’s Abstract Hyper- Distance Theory of Fly Casting

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SO YOU WANT TO MAKE A LONG FLY CAST? WHO BETTER TO TELL YOU HOW THAN FORMER WORLD CHAMPION TIM RAJEFF. The name Rajeff rings out in the world of competitive fly casting. Brothers Tim and Steve have been a force of nature for decades, holding...