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Old 05-04-2013, 03:19 PM
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Default Re: Casting into the wind

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Originally Posted by Swirlchaser
For me they didn't make sense until after I had the cast figured out. Reading this now it makes perfect sense but it's after the fact
Don't feel bad Swirl. It took me two years just to learn the mechanics of what I had been doing for 50 years previously and why. Even then, I needed a video camera and a special switch that lit up some led's before I knew what I was really doing!

But at least much of what people have said can be understood at least, even if it can't be done by the caster yet. A high backcast with narrow loop and good line speed comes foremost to mind.

Boz, you could be waiting for weeks down here between December and May.
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