The “Samurai” System, “Slow is Smooth and Smooth is Fast”

With the Samurai System, starting with a kayak paddle held in both hands, one can:  while standing in a kayak,  after sighting a fish, stow the paddle quietly  acquire the fly rod in the casting hand, and make a 40 foot or greater fly-cast (whatever length you feel safe to keep in the stripping bucket) … More The “Samurai” System, “Slow is Smooth and Smooth is Fast”

Better Twist Management for Better Fly Casting

Chubby Checkers created “The Twist”, but I really don’t care for it much, especially in my fly line. Twist in fly line makes for numerous problems, especially for those of who cast long, shoot line, use stripping buckets and basically just want to make trouble free casts and avoid the dreaded “spaghetti monster”. So where … More Better Twist Management for Better Fly Casting

TRC for Safety

On a business trip out West it just so happened I was staying at a motel in Boise with a large pond behind it with a jogging/biking trail running between it and the Boise river. I had my flyrod with me me for just such an opportunity and I took advantage the next day when … More TRC for Safety

No Damn Access

  Vice Chancellor LouAnn Woodward of the UMMC –  “Wear a damn mask”. Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves – “I don’t care who controls the damn money.” U. S. Attorney General Bill Barr – “I’m gonna answer the damn question.” These were comments just last week by officials needing to express their “feelings”.  Well sometimes you … More No Damn Access