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Old 08-20-2013, 01:07 PM
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Default Re: Two-handed Overhead casting

With overhead casting, the only distance that you need behind you is the length of the line head plus the overhang (about 1-2 ft. of running line out past the tip-top. So, if you're using a Skagit line, then you really don't need much room at all; a little more with a Scandi line and more than that with a Traditional Spey line.

I've been on the river the past couple of days; with the two hander. Nice rod, easy to cast and the fish seem to like it..............

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