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Old 07-18-2012, 07:51 PM
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Well, this could be a dumb question. So please bear with me.
I have been watching spey casting videos, and I notice that when the water flows from the left to the right, anglers use either double spey or reverse snap T. First, which one do you guys like? and Why? It seems to me that reverse snap t requires quite a practice since the casting angle gets a bit awkward than the regular snap t. Is my observation valid?

I tried a reverse snap t with one hand spey casting, and compared to regular snap t I had a hard time. Please enlighten me.
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