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Simple Casting Stroke Fixes

How to easily solve the most common problems

Simple Casting Stroke Fixes
Author John Juracek is an instructor/presenter for the School of Trout, held at TroutHunter fly shop and lodge in August and October on the Henry’s Fork River in Idaho. To learn more visit: SchoolofTrout.com.

Have you ever made a cast where your line tip, leader, and fly unroll in a wide loop and collapse in a pile? Have you struggled with wind knots? Do you find your fly ticking or catching your rod while casting? Is it a struggle to present your fly in the wind? If you answered yes to any of these questions, don’t worry, you’re not alone. At one time or another, these problems afflict everyone who’s ever picked up a fly rod. If you’re lucky, you’ll learn the solutions to them early in your fishing career; your casting and fishing from then on will be sheer pleasure. If not, these problems can easily plague you for as long as you fish. Whether I’m teaching...

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