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Old 02-07-2013, 11:35 AM
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Default Re: To sum this whole category up

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Originally Posted by mbchilton View Post
If you know what your problem is you should be able to find a solution on youtube, but diagnosing the problem is where many guys struggle. We're a community of fisherman here for camaraderie and to help out our fellow anglers. If you don't want to help guys who post questions about their cast, then don't respond. There are a number of guys here who love helping other anglers, and are happy to give advice. I encourage anyone who uses this forum to post their questions. That's a big part of the reason this community exists.
Good call.

Thing about learning to cast via video is like trying to teach yourself how to swing a Golf club. On the face of it, pretty easy to do, but the reality is quite something different.

Real 'problem' as I see it is half of a one hander cast is 'behind you' where you really have to struggle to watch same. And its the back cast is where most of the problems occur.

Only type of fly casting that vid's can actually be quite helpful is with a 2hander rod. Reason for that is almost all of the cast is out over the water so you can actually 'watch' what's going on. Something goes wrong with the cast there's only one or two things that will 'cause' the flub.

Once you get that down, then its pretty easy to adjust.
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