Casts that Catch Fish Essential Presentation Casts that Catch more Fish Instructor, narrator, producer etc.: Carl McNiel, Jeanie Ackley Reviewed by Martin Joergensen
The filming is exquisite. The settings are well chosen for the purpose and not only does the backdrop make the line very easy to see, but it's also beautiful. It doesn't hurt that the filming is flawless too, and I love the camera following the wiggle casts down towards the surface seen from both the caster's perspective and from where the fly is going to land.In many moments you will see clear graphics superimposed on the video, which makes it easy to understand the concepts.So if you want to hone your casting skills before the upcoming season, this is a very good place to start: a concentrated, to-the-point instruction video as good as they come.
Whether connection backing to fly line, fly line to leader, or sometimes even tippet to leader, you will use the versatile loop-to-loop connection frequently. Pay special attention when closing the connection so that it forms a square knot and not a firth hitch, which can weaken the connection
Three Useful Fly Casts You’ve Probably Never Seen Fly rodders are among the most resourceful and innovative creatures on earth. If there is a shady nook in the mangroves, a fishy-looking eddy, or a bait bust in a tidal rip, an accomplished angler will find a way to deliver his fly.