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Fifteen minutes of practice every day over the course of a summer or fall season can make you an excellent caster.

Simple Steps to Deliver Your Fly to the Fish

FFM Staff | Photography by Jay Nichols

Fifteen minutes of practice every day over the course of a summer or fall season can make you...

Try some of these tips the next time you find yourself face to face with a quality trout, you may be pleased with the outcome.

Mastering the Short Game

Landon Mayer - March 27, 2019

Try some of these tips the next time you find yourself face to face with a quality trout, you...

Based on Chapter 9 of The Complete Cast, Ed Jaworowski and Bernard 'Lefty' Kreh give some insight on making the perfect fly cast.

Smooth Operators of The Complete Cast

Lefty Kreh & Ed Jaworowski - March 20, 2018

Based on Chapter 9 of The Complete Cast, Ed Jaworowski and Bernard 'Lefty' Kreh give some...

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.

Tips for Effectively Casting in Wind

Joe Mahler - December 05, 2017

Casting in wind is tough, and getting frustrated doesn't help. Take a deep breath, and think...

Swinging wet flies downstream to imitate emerging insects is something you'll want to be rigging for when circumstances dictate.

Swinging Wet Flies Downstream

Jonathan Wright - June 28, 2016

Swinging wet flies downstream to imitate emerging insects is something you'll want to be...

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

How To Fly Cast

Fly Fisherman - January 08, 2016

Casting a spinning rod and casting a fly rod and line share one major similarity: When the rod...

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.

Casting: Breaking the Wrist

Landon Mayer - January 15, 2015

Breaking your wrist prevents the rod tip from traveling in a straight plane, and can create...

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.

Drag-Free Drift Casting

Joe Mahler - May 20, 2014

Drag-free drift casting is when the fly floats gently downstream without giving the trout any...

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.

Circle Reach Cast

Jim Dean - May 14, 2014

I call it the circle reach cast - and it's so simple and effective that you may find yourself...

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