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Casting Techniques

Fly Casting

Fly rods are considered to be one of the most difficult sport fishing rods to use. Successfully casting a dry fly requires the user to collect a large amount of float line in the air by making large, sweeping arcs with the rod tip. Once enough of the ribbon-like line for the length of the cast is out of the reel spool and into the air, a last forceful thrust is made to propel the line and fly forward onto the water. This process is referred to as "loading".
Contribute Last edited by Justin on 05/06/06

Casting A Spinning Reel

Spin casting is much easier than fly casting. A single, quick, over-hand fling motion and line release will do the trick. There are many different techniques, as spin casting style can vary depending on the type of reel, bait and line used, as well as the species of fish being sought.
Contribute Last edited by Justin on 05/06/06

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