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Old 12-25-2007, 09:26 PM
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Default DVD for Two-Handed (Spey?) Casting

Just got this Z-Axis 11-foot 7-weight "switch" rod, and since I haven't a clue about two-handed casting, was wondering if anyone could suggest a good DVD for learning how to do so?
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Default Re: DVD for Two-Handed (Spey?) Casting

Hi Neil,

I know you like to fly to fish so how about a Spey casting class in Oregon. Kaufmann's has several schools you might be interested in. They can also help with a DVD. I would give them a call about the best DVD. They have been leaders in Spey casting in the Northwest. The link I gave you has phone numbers for several stores. The head store is in Tigard, Or.

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