Re: Roll Casting for Accuracy and Distance
My rod of choice right now is a 6wt 7'10", although it casts very well, I found it is hard to be consistent in accuracy and distance. It needs plenty of fly line to turn over, or the cast will just pile up.
I also need to stop my forward cast very high almost at 11 o'clock and angle it at 60° with more snap on the wrist to cast only ok.
I found out that a single hand T-snap, snake roll or dynamic roll casts are better than the regular roll.
Now is it just my bad technique or is it just the nature of shorter fly rod?
BEWARE...Once you switched, you can't switch back. :
and NO, I am not an expert, I just think like one.