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Hi Bernd The devil is in the details :666: Personally I'm not happy with that cast, it's slow, and the dangle is huge, the haul is crap etc... I was asking since I couldn't make it out on my phone, and had a slight hope I was doing better in the succeding falsecast and the delivery :D Try casting fa...
- Wed Apr 24, 2013 9:12 pm
- Forum: Flycasting - 2 handed
- Topic: Where I'm "coming from"
- Replies: 103
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Oops..that's going to mess with some heads... :???: Humm... I am not so sure. Most probably the rod is too short, the line is not heavy enough, the sweep is very weak, my foot is not like the water, it was windy, the sun was shining... :whistle: Well, some fights are hard to win :upside: Just in ca...
Ok I'll do this in Bonny Scotland. And it depends on your definition of dangle :cool: I would describe the pike fly phenomena as something else. Describing that as a dangle is about as useful as calling a closed loop a tailing loop :p Cheers, Paul Sounds good! Looking forward to see it, hope it wil...
Beginning the forward cast pre-LSP will cause the line to whip crack. Beginning at LSP exactly causes loop failure - I had Mike call LSP to me many years ago and every time I hit it was a catastrophe! I don't think the dangle is as likely to occur when fishing because there is greater resistance at...
Hi BerndBernd Ziesche wrote:Hi Lasse,Lasse Karlsson wrote: How was the dangle on the recovery?
not sure I understand that question yet?
The dangle you show appears to come after the first bc, how was the dangle after the second bc and in the delivery?