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Old 10-26-2011, 11:34 AM
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The double haul is cool and effective and all but I would suggest taking casting in steps and having a good, solid foundation to build upon. Make sure that your stops are proper, your front and back casts are mirror images of each other, your application of power is correct and other basic necessities for a good cast are engrained before stepping up to the double haul. You will likely find that a large percentage of your casts need no haul at all, just good, basic technique.
Taking casting in steps will do nothing but make you a fine, all around caster ready for darn near any casting situation.
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