Lefty Kreh & Ed Jaworowski - March 20, 2018
Based on Chapter 9 of The Complete Cast, Ed Jaworowski and Bernard 'Lefty' Kreh give some insight on making the perfect fly cast.
Joe Mahler - December 05, 2017
Casting in wind is tough, and getting frustrated doesn't help. Take a deep breath, and think it through. Here's some expert advice for fishing windy days.
Jonathan Wright - June 28, 2016
Swinging wet flies downstream to imitate emerging insects is something you'll want to be rigging for when circumstances dictate.
Fly Fisherman - January 08, 2016
Casting a spinning rod and casting a fly rod and line share one major similarity: When the rod stops, the lure continues in the air. How To Fly Cast
Landon Mayer - January 15, 2015
Breaking your wrist prevents the rod tip from traveling in a straight plane, and can create tailing loops on the back and forward casting strokes.
Joe Mahler - May 20, 2014
Drag-free drift casting is when the fly floats gently downstream without giving the trout any clue that it is attached to the leader and fly line.
Jim Dean - May 14, 2014
I call it the circle reach cast - and it's so simple and effective that you may find yourself using it more than you'd think.
Tom Keer - July 01, 2011
The temperature at night was cold enough to ice the deck of my boat, and hot enough during the day to make me sweat. Spey casting beginnings.
Ross Purnell, Editor - May 26, 2011
The water loaded cast is a very powerful cast that is good to use when you need to get your line out quickly. Does the water loaded cast work for you?
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