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Old 07-30-2013, 08:43 AM
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Default Re: sink tip casting help

I guess I've never really put much thought into it personally... I can pick up a full floating, sink tip or full sink and not really think of changing my mechanics... I may speed up my cast depending on what's at the end of the line but unless I'm throwing a big sloppy musky fly usually sink tip and full sink involve slightly faster casting stroke for me as it'll usually load my rod faster than a floating line... Also just learning timing/power of the cast is important... Too much umphf and the sink tip will kick when all the line shoots out usually making for a less accurate presentation
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