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New Fly Guy - Internet Casting School

By this time of year, you are far enough into the fishing season where you realize your casting leaves something to be desired.  That was certainly my problem and I found a quick, free review that was very helpful on Dusty Wissmath's website.  In addition to the 4 videos below, he has additional content on rod position, grip and other great "new guy" skills.

Unless you are a pro, you should take a few minutes and see what Dusty has to say - your next visit to the river will be more productive as a result of it!

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Forward Casting

False Casting

Casting Problems

The Roll Cast


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