Fly Casting- backslash, backslash, backslash, backslash, backslash – forward slash !

by Peter Hayes, IFFF-MCCI Tasmania
in one of the better online casting tutorials there is, here Peter breaks down the key elements of the roll cast, it’s whys, whens and hows.
a lot more than a how-to, the best elements here are the visual, symbolic and practical aspects that the caster should safely file in the back of the mind in an easily accessible place, ready to pull out when working on the cast at practice or on the water when trying to find a solution.
remember  \////// and a lot more of what we’ll hear and see isn’t just about roll casting as most principles apply to all casts whether they be rolls, speys or aerial casts.

this one’s well worth bookmarking for future reference. enjoy !

7 thoughts on “Fly Casting- backslash, backslash, backslash, backslash, backslash – forward slash !

    • very glad this can be of help Andrej and welcome to the Cobra !
      you’ll find a lot more info on fly casting here.
      if you have any questions or are in need of clarification please leave your comments at the bottom of each post and i’ll do what i can to help.
      cheers,
      marc

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