Due to the nasty weather here in the northwest work was slow and I was home. I was happy to have a little more time this winter to spend with my family and feed the wood stove. But today they were at work or school and it was raining cats and dogs so I scurried
It is a struggle for me to talk fast. I really need to get fired up to whip out a fast sentence. I will get better. ….We are going to review some fly fishing stuff. Spit it out man! My Speaking Coach Then there is this gem, the “lighted beanie” footage! That’s Review NOT Preview! DUDE!
Yours Truly performing a magical single spey cast using a CND competition rod and a Nextcast comp line. I might be dangerous if I put something into my forward stroke! Uhg Thanks Mike Ivy for pointing that out and Jim Ansite for letting me eavesdrop on your advanced FFFTHCI tutelage! Roger H from Sweden over at
Classy photo by Todd Hirano of Dry Line Steelhead- Oregon – Taken on his smart phone! I am working on my photography skills. High quality photos are at the top of my list of priorities at linespeedjedi along with high quality videos. I’m just starting out so I use what I have and do the
Swinging For Big Trout with Jeff Rawlins Photo by Lisa Rawlins I had the privilege of swinging for Trout on the Deschutes River last Saturday with my friend, mentor, fishing buddy, and fellow Steelhead junkie Jeff Rawlins. It was a beautiful January day with fairly calm winds and warm temps. Freshly hatched dry flies with
January 2016 SUSTAINED ANCHOR CASTING FOCUS PART ONE: TAKING UP THE SLACK By special guest Greg Holt A good cast is the foundation or a properly swung fly. (Greg Holt Photo) Points to be considered: 1) What exactly is slack in our model? Let’s agree to define slack here as an “absence of uniform tension”
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