Re: Roll cast question
Do you advocate the D loop system with rolls and spey casts? only reason I ask is that it helps with the safety aspect for those learning, that the D loop is kept to the side where the wind is blowing ie up or down. and keeps the line away from your body.Spey casts are designed as change of direction casts on running water and more used than just the basic roll,
As Frank says usefull to be able to cast off both shoulders.
Spey casts I find are very easily learned when you switch from single hand rods to double handed,but going from double to single for some can be alot harder.