The Single Hand Spey Cast

By Bob Garber, MCCI Single Hand Spey Casting I’m sure most have heard of Spey casting and wondered what it is all about.   Visions of long rods, long lines and wide rivers and fisherman holding the rod with both hands may come to mind.  While that vision is true...
Casting Tips from Bob — December 2015

Casting Tips from Bob — December 2015

Roll On! The thing that comes to the mind of many when thinking of a roll cast is a circular motion.  Most often the result of a circular rod tip motion is a wide open loop and in the case of a roll cast the line crashing in a pile a short distance in front of you....
Casting Tips from Bob — November 2015

Casting Tips from Bob — November 2015

After The Cast Mend! Mend! Mend!  I’m sure if you have fished with a guide either wading or in a drift boat you have heard this once or twice.  Often the more you hear it the louder and more frantic it gets.  The guide wants you to catch fish and have a good...
Casting Tips from Bob – October 2015

Casting Tips from Bob – October 2015

October 2015 Telling Tails First, let’s define what a tailing loop is.  I’m sure many, if not all, have heard the term “wind knot”.  This term leads many to believe that the tangle or knot in the end of a leader or line is caused by the wind....

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