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Old 04-19-2010, 01:42 AM
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Default Re: A Very Effective Cast;

Oregon,

It is not too hard to get used to doing it. Yes, you just flip a couple of loops of line right on top of the end of your cast. Like I said in the post, practice will pay off. It also helps to remember that this is not a cast that you are doing constantly, in many situations a simple slack line / drop cast followed by an upstream mend will do. The stack cast is for that special spot where you need the extra sink time before the swing.
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