This is a video to watch over and over for me personally to improve my Comp Spey Technique!
I’ve never met Lee Davison of Snake River Outfitters fame and Ballistic Spey lines but word on the street, or on the river, is that he is a respected competition caster who won the senior Division at the much Ballyhooed Spey-O-Rama, deep wading, gnarly angle change, nasty wind, long distance Spey casting tourney last year. He
This is a very cool comp casting video with a surprise ending. How does a distance casting champion wear his hair? Any dam way he wants! Amazing casting buddy. Very nice work producing this video Rodger Hakansson. Make sure you subscribe to his you tube channel. He makes excellent videos. Here is one of my
Attention aspiring longbelly casting personal: If you want to huck a long line, do it just like this: The is Greg Benciviga’s Single Spey Cast. The same rules apply here as they do from Kruk’s Impeccable Single Spey Cast. As explained by Zack Williams in Single Spey Thoughts. They are as follows: 1. Slow, clean
The above photo and video (both taken by Zack Williams) are Bruce Kruk, a long time member of the world renowned Galeforce and Carron Competition Spey casting teams doing a classic single Spey cast with a long line. Zack Williams posted this video along with a few Single Spey Thoughts from the PNW Spey Guides site on the blog.
Galeforcce lines are Awesome. They are the smoothest, easiest to cast, most supple lines out there. You get them through Poppy. They are my favorite line, along with the Nextcast competition and fishing lines. If money were no object, Galeforce is probably about all I would use. The Nextcast lines are tougher, durability wise, but