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Old 08-08-2013, 08:13 PM
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Default Re: Casting in no wind.

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Originally Posted by krikau27 View Post

When there's wind there's no problems casting the line. I'm casting with the wind coming across from behind towards right.

If I understand you correctly, you are casting with a trailing wind rather than into a head wind. That tells you why your delivery cast is weaker - you do not have the tailing wind to help propel the forward cast.

Are you using an oval (Reverse Belgian) cast with a low backcast and a high forward cast? What is your casting motion exactly?

The next time there is a wind, try casting into the wind which is how almost everyone interprets casting "in" the wind. We assume "in" means "into".
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