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Thanks Aitor. I get the fact that we are accelerating the line prior to RSP but, intuitively, think there is more PE, ie, the rod load does more of the work, post RSP, than we would expect from a conventional O/H cast. Mike Hi Mike Why do you think it would do more in a spey than in a O/H? Cheers L...
Bernd, can you make a spey or JR with a non flexible lever? I take leverage to be all rod movement up to butt stop. In an o/h cast the leverage part will have a considerable effect on line acceleration, in a spey it won't, it will (mainly) only bend the rod. As I see it. Mike Hi Mike I can make a s...
Hi Mike Same goes for men :) Cheers Lasse Hi Lasse (hi Michael), I think this is very much related to the country we are teaching in? In Germany I never have to explain, why casting together (my hand on top of student's hand or opposite) is very helpful in teaching. Yet not a single student (man or...
- Thu Jun 20, 2013 8:12 pm
- Forum: Flycasting Physics
- Topic: Conservation of Momentum
- Replies: 84
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Cool, so the dolphin nosed loop is actually the loop pulling to hard?Walter wrote: A far more reasonable idea in my mind is that the loop, if present, always pulls the fly leg.
I'm still trying to understand the distribution of forces that make this happen.
Man, google translate didn't do anything for me when trying to get the translation of Pajero, urban dictonary though