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Old 07-19-2012, 12:15 PM
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Default Re: A question

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Originally Posted by paflyboy View Post
when I cast "cackhanded"(right hand up, casting off my left shoulder) I find that to be my strongest cast
Its weird but me too, I think its cause when I cast off my right shoulder its more comfortable and I tend to get lazy but when its off the left I have to focus more on the correct form and the cast ends up a bit smoother. I watched a friend do the same and his lift was higher, tighter D-loop, and higher or shorter stop on the foreward casting stroke. Its easy to overcomplicate these kinds of casts with all the spey jargon but like Paflyboy said the best cast is the cast that works for you.
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