Stick to one Rod and one line Stick to two casts: One off of each shoulder.
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I had an opportunity to watch Tom Larimer’s Skagit Revolution instructional video this weekend and I was very impressed. My casting does not resemble his in most cases, partially because in the video he used only “sustained anchor” techniques, which is to say he did not do any touch and go casting. I have mostly…Continue reading Random Spey Casting Tips
This is a very instructive and simple video. It lays out a very good foundation for anybody wanting to learn to cast, mend, and fish Scandi style with one or two hands with a strong emphasis on bottom hand. On my journey into trying to get a grasp on what the term Scandi casting truly means I…Continue reading A Scandi Casting and Underhand How To Video
This is a great, short video about the fundamentals of Spey casting and fly casting. Ian Gordon begun fishing aged eight and worked as a Ghillie on the Knockando beat for 22 years. A Former World, individual, as well as team Speycasting Champion. He holds a STANIC and AAPGAI instructor’s qualification in Salmon Casting. Specialising in Speycasting. Ian…Continue reading Ian Gordon: 2 Minute Spey Casting Masterclass
1) Do not fully load the rod until you are beginning to pass the target on the sweep. Too many of us did not know when we were first learning how to do a single Spey cast. Loading the rod too early, such as right after you lift and begin your sweep causes erratic…Continue reading Three Casting Tips to Help you help you with your Single Spey