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Old 07-22-2012, 02:06 AM
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Default Re: A question

WT is right about wind. Wind direction is very important. The wrong cast in wind can get you hit with a fly.One thing that has really helped me is to practice every cast with both hands on top. I prefer right hand top but thanks to wind and other factors like rocks or trees behind me, river direction, etc. I sometimes end up casting left hand top the whole time. Trust me it pays to be able to use both hands on top. By the way, that's only the second video I have see where someone does a cackhand snap t. The other was a women as well. April Vokey. She makes it look way to easy.
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