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Steffano, I think you need a bigger flufffff
For me its about tension in the loop and tracking.
Its about practice on long carry and how to keep tension in the loop on that carry, and how to control your overhang to put tension in the back cast. What I mean by tensiin is, that on your forwaed cast/delivery you want to feel that there is something behind that rod tip, you want to feel it and pull it to the front of your rod and let it fly.
There is no point of carring 95 feet( yes can be done) and hit the final delivery with the slack thinking " ooo, I carry a lot it should go further"- it wont.
That is why Paul is saying, comp carry around 90' as it keeps the dynamics in the loop.
If you are good enough to keep the same dynamic with 95' carry, good for you.
Tracking- ok, you say, I have good/long/controled carry, and speed, but it still doesnt go as far, landing is allover the place, not straight- this is when tracking comes to place. You can have supper fast, sharp, loong loops, but if you BC is not allinged with your FW you can kiss your distance goodbye.
Steffano, 5-6-12 false casts- who cares?? if this is the way you cast 140 feet with 5MED, so be it.
Personaly Im like you and Paul( and many others) , pick up the fluff from 70' and of she goes on a second cast, but if somebody needs more time to get to the desire carry, to the control over the loop, speed and tension anf it takes 5 false casts, I think nothing wrong with that.
In a comp 2 longests casts matter during 4min.
2min to set up my 1st, and 2 min to set up my 2nd, 4min after GOLD MEDAL, and see you later
As per Overhang in the first question SEATROUT DISTANCE, or any shooting head casting could be a big eye opener. With those set ups you can see what happen if its too much, or not enough. There is HUGE difference in the loop shape, and the way it flies when you have 10cm too much overhang and when you have the perfect amount of it. But to find out you have to be out and practice.