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Old 07-13-2010, 07:28 PM
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Default Re: Beginner ?'s - too much muscle in cast

I, for one, have to respectfully disagree w/ mcnerney.... <<< different approaches>>> Personally I've never spent more than 35 or 40 bux for line--- I view the stuff as something that will get stepped on, nicked on rocks, caught in brush/ trees, etc.

I have no doubt that a nice line will be noticed by an accomplished caster, but for me-- well you get the point.....

At any rate, It sounds like you have a form issue to me-- no amount of snot, or oil, or grease will make a line shoot without proper form.

If you have the means, I'd say look into casting instructions-- No one here can tell you what the problem is-- but a casting instructor could get your cast sorted in no time.

Good luck, and keep us posted.
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