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Old 10-19-2007, 11:32 AM
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Thumbs up Re: Steve Rajeff's Micro Practice Rod

Lindmar, I've had somewhat the same experience - freaked out my wife when she thought for sure I'd break some priceless artifact (would that I should be so lucky!). However, since I bought it to teach her to fly cast, not sure the idea hasn't backfired on me.

I do feel, however, that aside from finding enough clear space and height to really use it, it does really help in exaggerating the senses that tell you when you've got the rhythm right. I notice, for example, that you can really feel the "tug" that occurs when you've fully loaded the rod on the back cast and should begin the forward cast.

Now, if I only had a 6,000 sq.ft. McMansion with a bowling alley to practice it in . . .
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