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Old 07-14-2010, 10:56 PM
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Default Re: roll casting

First I will mention the similarity. Both roll casts and Spey casts involve using the surface tension to load the rod.

But there are two types of Spey casts. There are the underhand styles of Spey casting which are basically roll casts. There is an overhand style in which the line is water loaded, picked up, and shot. That style of cast is not a roll cast.

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