Paul I expect you are aware of this but have sent a link https://www.kinovea.org/ have used with a tablet and found it reasonably useful. Still only a moving 2d image so usual probs with camera angle deceit
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- Fri May 22, 2020 2:13 pm
- Forum: Flycasting - 2 handed
- Topic: Movies of Grant Casting.
- Replies: 18
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I once had a go with a 17ft ( I think) Vibration and silk line owned by one of two old brothers that fished the Border Esk ( they lived in the cottage on the border). It cast beautifully but wouldnt want to do it all day. Lee might manage but I would flag after 10 minutes.
- Sat Feb 29, 2020 11:53 pm
- Forum: Teaching
- Topic: What lines weights do you typically teach with?
- Replies: 43
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"A bubble float is a very short shooting head" can't remember for sure who I am quoting Lee maybe
Apgai, stanic,sgaic, Nca, and Reffis all became Gaia then some of Apgia became aapgai. Gaia started Gaic and retained Apgai. Then Aapgia invented a masters (for old apgai's ?) and a provisional for wanna be apgais( or aapgia's), FFF lassie has described their enlarged qualification port folio. No id...
- Tue May 07, 2019 4:30 pm
- Forum: Flyfishing
- Topic: Fighting fish: Two-handed, single handed and stiffer rods
- Replies: 38
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In the days when I did a lot of seatrout fishing I hooked many salmon up to 18lbs on a 5/6 wt rod, they seemed easier to control on that outfit than on a 15ft 10w. Maybe due to increased sensitivity so you could stop them before they started, but on reflection I think maybe you could pull harder wit...
- Wed Mar 13, 2019 5:13 pm
- Forum: Daily Planet
- Topic: Tasmanian wilderness no more.
- Replies: 22
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I first went to tassie in the 70s, then you could get considerably further than Alexander, in fact almost anywhere, in an old Holden EJ. I re visited in the late 90s there was an F***ing great billboard and massive hotel at the end of the track from great lake anouncing the "wilderness". The track w...