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Default Re: A recent problem in my casting

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Originally Posted by randyflycaster View Post
P.S. Also, you might be ending your downward haul too late. (This will also make it almost impossible to properly execute your upward haul.) You should end your downward haul when you abruptly stop your casting stroke.

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I had never contemplated it, but this could indeed cause tailing loop issues.

Yet another is making too long of a haul, which could also result in the end of the downward haul occurring too late. Work on making a short haul that starts about mid-way through the casting stroke and ends before your rod hand stops. Don't worry much about the force, just get the timing right. Focus on what that well-timed short haul is doing to your loops and line speed and then carefully add power from there.
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