FLY CASTING VIDEO CLIPS

These clips are taken from our DVD "Casts that Catch Fish" - the full 50 minute DVD can be purchased

Some of these clips are FREE to download, some are offered as a purchase. Each clip is formatted as a .m4v file. This format is compatible with all Apple devices and PC's (iTunes, Quicktime Player, Windows Media Player etc)

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BILL GAMMELS FIVE ESSENTIALS OF FLY CASTING

Bill Gammels 5 Essentials of Fly casting: An introduction.

These "5 Essentials" have become the foundation of all sound teaching and are the cornerstone of the Federation of Fly Fishers casting program. Beginner through to expert - If you have even the vaguest interest in improving your cast - these lessons are absolutely invaluable.

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Fly Casting Essential one: Eliminate Slack Line.

"Ideally there must be no slack line within the system. The elimination of slack line is the most efficient manner in which to cast a fly line. Start with the rod tip low and the line straight..."

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Fly Casting Essential Two: Timing.

"There is a pause at the end of each stroke, which varies in duration with the amount of line beyond the rod tip. The correct timing as always...

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Fly Casting Essential Three: Vary the Casting Arc.

"There is a pause at the end of each stroke, which varies in duration with the amount of line beyond the rod tip. The correct timing as always..."

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Fly Casting Essential Four: Power Application.

"Power must me applied smoothly throughout the casting stroke. Start slow, finish fast. Incorrect, or abrupt power application is the cause of a number of casting faults - the most notable, Tailing Loops"

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Fly Casting Essential Five: Straight Line Path of the Rod Tip.

"In order to form the most efficient, least air resistant loops, you must move the rod tip in a straight line path - in both vertical and horizontal planes."

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PRESENTATION CASTS

The Aerial Mend.

"The aerial mend places a large curve of slack in the line - valuable for casting over or around obstacles or dealing with large changes in current..."

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The Bucket Mend.

"The bucket mend is similar to the Aerial mend but the slack is thrown in the vertical plane rather than the horizontal plane..."

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Simple Curve Casts.

"At times you’ll want to be able to throw a line around a corner – usually to get around an obstacle like a tree trunk or rock. And this is where your curve casts come in...."

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The Pile Cast.

"What looks like the most basic slack line cast is actually quite difficult to do well. And it’s the Pile, or Puddle Cast. Also called the parachute....."

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The Reach Mend.

"Of all the slack line casts this is the one that you’ll use most often, in-fact if you tend to present your fly side on and at an angle to your fish - (and I suggest you do) then you’ll want to use this cast pretty much every time you throw a fly..."

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The Roll Cast.

"Although it is not a slack line cast, the Roll Cast really is a special cast – it’s the foundation of all Spey casts and once mastered it opens up a myriad of extremely effective casts for both the single and two handed rod...."

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The Tuck Cast.

"The tuck cast, or tuck mend is a great cast for getting heavily weighted nymphs or even streamers quickly down into the water column..."

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