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Old 05-25-2011, 09:32 AM
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Default Re: Low power on roll cast

As Rip Tide said don't be afraid to get your hand up next to or behind your ear. When your line is in the shape of a D by your side chop your hand down in a sort of "chopping" motion with some real force. A little practice and you will be throwing roll casts 30+ feet in no time! Its timing and force applied in just the right manner. When I was taught I thought they were crazy to have their hand up that high but man does it work!
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