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An Angler Meditates On Fly Casting
"The sun reflected off the lawn as if it reflected off a calm trout-filled pool, or maybe thatís what I imagined, because a part of me wished that, instead of going to the park to practice fly casting, I was going to a winding, country stream to fish." Randall Kadish reflects on fly casting and spirituality.
Land The Fly In The Water, Not In Your Ear
Randy Kadish grew tired of being hit by his fly, and he decided to do something about that. One by one, he discovered the reasons for his poor casting, and how to correct it. If you've had a fly in your ear, you will want to read this.
Longer Hauling For Longer Distance
"Donít worry if you once tried long hauling and your casts, like mine, filled with slack and often just collapsed. Hauling defects, Iíve learned after hours and hours of trial and error, are easily corrected." Get some help from long distance competitor Randy Kadish.
Barefoot On The Bow
Take off your shoes! John Guldin explains how going barefoot could improve your fly casting while fishing from a skiff or flats boat on saltwater.
Haul and Shooting Line Casts
Mac Brown provides this interesting page on the single haul, double haul, and shooting line casts, with a neat animated image.
Excellent two-part article by Terry Lawton, from Fish & Fly
Sexy Loops Advanced Fly Casting Tips
A fantastic article on improving your casting technique and skill! Paul Arden has done a great job, and anyone wanting to make some improvements should check this out.
Single Spey Casting Two-Handed
Alastair Gowans offers simple instruction with pictures on his website, letsflyfish.com.