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Old 06-25-2012, 06:46 PM
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Default Re: is there a problem??

I also agree with what the others have said, but keeping your line clean, and stretching it some before use can help a little with casting as long as your technique is sound. Slicking up the line won't cure a technique issue, but if the proper treatment is used, as recommended by the line maker, it too can aid the casting process.


BTW, I see you have Caylor Custom Flies in your signature. Is Roger still tying?

I had heard he had retired & moved to Florida!
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