The Skagit Double Spey was at one time my worst and least favorite cast in all of my Skagit casting. I used my arms too much which is a big no-no in not only Skagit Casting but Scandinavian casting as well. I learned from watching videos and getting advice from the likes of Greg, Bruce, Ed,…Continue reading Skagit Casting…Slowing Down for Better Results
A couple of pro’s! Mike McCune – Downstream Shoulder Perry Poke from Headhunters Fly Shop on Vimeo. With an actual Spey line!….This may take a while…. Blindfolded! The venerable Speed Poke! Cackwords… Left Handed Armenian? On the Brule’? Perry Poke Junior. Eat your heart out Mike McCune! And the Grandaddy of…Continue reading Perry Poke City: Skagit Casting Or….?
Ed Ward, Skagit Casting Legend, aka RiverAddict on Speypages posted the following comment on Speypages in response to this blog post about the constant motion, continuous load, Ed Ward Skagit casting style. Thank You, Ed Ward, Skagit casting guru for taking the time to respond to linespeedjedi.com. I really appreciate your taking the time to…Continue reading A Reply to Lindspeedjedi.com from Ed Ward reguarding cm/cl Skagit Casting
This is not exactly single hand Spey casting but more like single hand Skagit casting. I’m trying out a home made commando head on a garage sale single hander a friend gave to me. I think it might be a fiberglass rod. It has metal ferules. It took me a few casts to get the…Continue reading Single Hand Spey Casting