Poke’n Fun

I’ve become interested in single-hand spey casting. The Spey casts are just more arrows in the quiver of a single-hander. There’s always some situation of minimal back cast room or need for an efficient change of direction, for example. To help understand the casts better I’ve started watching two-handed Spey casting videos. I found a … More Poke’n Fun

Roll Cast Practice/Instructor Tool

Recently I was looking through some issues of the FFI’s Fly Casting Journal “The Loop” (Fall 2020), and found an article by casting instructor Jody Martin, about a roll casting tool. The entire article can be found at: https://www.flyfishersinternational.org/Portals/0/Documents/Casting/The%20Loop/2020.NOV.LOOP.pdf?ver=fLJtHZ73o-zU_KtghOpYGQ%3d%3d The issue with doing roll casts on grass is there is no anchor for the fly … More Roll Cast Practice/Instructor Tool

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