September 3, 2012

The Little Red Book of Fly Fishing


Stop! In the Name of Love (and a Good Cast)

When we watch casting, we are absorbed by motion: the back and forth motions of the rod, the fluid flow of the line trailing behind in symmetrical loops. Done correctly, it’s a spectacle of motion, one that makes fly fishing so visually appealing. Always remember that the stop is a key component, one that makes all that casting motion work. A good cast is built by gradually accelerating the rod forward, and stopping it, precisely, then changing direction and gradually accelerating the rod backward, and stopping it again to … Read the rest

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