101 Fly Fishing Tips for Beginners: Tip #33: Shooting Line Casting and Tip #34: Rely on your Vision when Casting
101 Fly Fishing Tips for Beginners: Tip #33: Shooting Line Casting and Tip #34: Rely on your Vision when Casting You’ll want to use this type of cast when you want to create a cast that extends out more line.
To accomplish the shooting line cast, for either the forward or the backward cast, you need to use more power than you did when you cast the line as far as you did the first time.
Tip #34: Rely on your Vision when Casting
There will be times when you need to rely on your vision in order to determine the target that you are casting towards.
This is particularly true in tail waters and spring creeks where you’ll need to stalk the fish before you cast for it. Use your eyes to identify your casting targets in certain ways such as:
• Noting the shadow of a fish.
• Noting the rise form of a large fish.
• Noting the flash of a fish that is nymphing
When you can identify the fish and its lie, you’ll be able to accurately position your target and get ready for the perfect cast.
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