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Old 04-29-2012, 09:57 PM
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Default Re: help with cast

Since you said you snapped off some flies without snagging into the tree behind you, I assume that you were also hearing a "whip-crack" sound in your backcast? If this is the case, slow your cast down. Watch your backcast unfurl before accelerating to a stop in your forward cast. You may be overpowering your forward cast as well, or not having a solid stop (both would cause the pile in front of you as well as depriving you of good loops). If possible, try and get a video of your casting stroke, as we have some pretty solid casters on here that could diagnose what you're doing.
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