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    Default Re: Levitated D Loop Anyone?

    Probably Paul Arden:



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    Default Re: Levitated D Loop Anyone?

    If you're doing what Paul Arden is doing routinely...you should quit your day job. Us mortals have to use some sort of an anchor with our line and the water to form our D-loops. Perhaps you could get a crazy fast snake roll variation cast that will not need to touch at all.



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    Default Re: Levitated D Loop Anyone?

    That Paul guy is pretty good. I never get tired of watching him trick cast. If somebody told me he never caught a fish in his life I wouldn't care lol.

    Klaus don't need no steekin' anchor either. We need to step up our game.

    Last edited by ia_trouter; 11-28-2019 at 12:02 AM.

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    Default Re: Levitated D Loop Anyone?

    Cool videos but not the one I saw for two handed casting.

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    Default Re: Levitated D Loop Anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hirdy View Post
    Probably Paul Arden:



    Cheers,
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    I haven't a clue what the names are of any of those casts but his ability to shoot line and do 90 - 180 degree directional changes from one cast to the next is just plain badass.
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    Default Re: Levitated D Loop Anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by ia_trouter View Post
    That Paul guy is pretty good. I never get tired of watching him trick cast. If somebody told me he never caught a fish in his life I wouldn't care lol.

    Klaus don't need no steekin' anchor either. We need to step up our game.

    And this dude...that just ain't right, dang, he was displaying skills on a differrent dimension, not level bot he and Arden.
    "To many afflicted Eastern fishermen, the 'Green Drake Hatch' is as irresistible and habit-forming as black jack, whiskey, or easy women."
    Caucci and Nastasi, Hatches II

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    Default Re: Levitated D Loop Anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by City Rat View Post
    And this dude...that just ain't right, dang, he was displaying skills on a differrent dimension, not level bot he and Arden.
    It looks so relaxed when they want it to be. It's like I'm trying to learn to juggle three tennis balls, while somebody else is juggling running chainsaws and doing a card trick at the same time.

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