Hi Lasse,Lasse Karlsson wrote: If you look at the dots representing the rodtip in that picture, there is a point where the forward component becomes shorter than the downwards component, just before that is where I would like to let go, since the rodtip for me changes direction significantly there. But nice to know your thoughts
that seems to be a good point to me either. Thanks for sharing.
I always focused on where the main trajectory of the fly-leg will point at. I think that only can result of what I have marked in white in that picture. The very next part of tip path is already horizontal but the trajectory is clearly upwards. So it seems to me that the white path is the one that matters in order to achive the upwarded trajectory.
In regard of release timing I agree that your (target) point should be a good one for sure.
Would be cool to see a slow motion of both your point as well as more early. In one way I think that the almost straight upwarded tip path is the one we need. But I do not know what will happen if we would release the line that early . Might end up in a desaster.
For sure we are on the same page about the "early release" to be a good one.