Louis’s Saltwater Casting Drill

2 comments / Posted on / by

There's no debate, practicing your casting makes you a more effective angler. But all practice is not created equal. Simply heading down to the park and hucking as much line as possible doesn't accomplish much. A while back we published a practice routine recommended by Tim...

7 Tips For Making Better Backhand Fly Casts

2 comments / Posted on / by

Better Backhand Casting Is All In Your Head. If you are struggling to make a backhand cast, the problem is mental, not physical. I can't tell you how many anglers have told me they have a weak or poor backhand cast, or can't make one...

My #1 Fly Casting Tip

6 comments / Posted on / by

By Kyle Wilkinson I give a lot of casting lessons through the shop and I'm still yet to meet an angler who doesn't want to cast further and with higher line speed and power. Most people I work with seem to think the key to a better...

Fly Casting Problems Are Sneaky

No comments yet / Posted on / by

IF THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH YOUR FLY CAST IT'S PROBABLY HAPPENING BEHIND YOUR BACK. Do you know what your loop is doing when you're not looking? It could very well be mucking up your forward cast. Tailing loops, collapsing lines and fizzling forward casts can...

Making A 100 Foot Cast Is Easier Than You Think

24 comments / Posted on / by

Casting a fly 100 feet is not an unattainable goal. In response to my review of the T&T Solar a reader asked, "This may be a dumb question, but how do you get 100′ of line out on a cast?" It's not a...