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Old 09-27-2012, 11:16 PM
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Default Re: Having trouble feeling the load in the backcast

I think I read all the replies Mike and there's not much I could have said beyond what turned up. I can add is that aside from a proper stop point getting to know your timing depending on the length of line you have in the air is a big factor. If you begin to move the rod forward before the line has reached its terminus to the rear there will be reduced load. You may still be getting a decent cast but you'll be having to power it moore with arm energy than rod energy.

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