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Old 06-22-2011, 03:55 PM
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Default Bending the wrist and tailing loops

In reading the Casting FAQ on Can I Bend My Wrist While Fly Casting?, I understand this statement:

"Wrist bending often contributes to wide, inefficient loops."

But I don't understand this one:

"Wrist bending often contributes to tailing loops."

Since a wide open loop is the opposite of a closed to tailing loop, how can the same fault "often" lead to opposite results? I tried to PM the author to ask but I could not, so I am posting here.
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