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Old 08-02-2009, 09:50 AM
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I agree with Pocono's assement and will add one thing that I think he was alluding to. That is that with a heavy fly like a big booger you can feel the rod loading on the backcast very easily, while with a small weightless dry it can be difficult to detect. As you begin to get used to the timing of the rod loading with the heavies it becomes more natural for you to anticipate the timing for your forward cast with the light fly, resulting in greater distance. Just a thought.
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