Back Cast: Presenting It Well

Back Cast: Presenting It Well

back castPresenting the fly on your back cast is one of the most under rated fly casts of all. If you get comfortable presenting your back cast to fish you will be able to take advantage of double the opportunities. In the salt that is a huge advantage. Check out this cool little video that helps explain all about it.

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