Fly Launched: Launched with Ring
Use the ring launched when there is no space behind you to throw. Practice this thrown into the water.
Hold the cane in front of you and make sure there are no knots in your line.
Take the rod tip back to a small segment of the line hangs behind his shoulder launched.
Move the rod forward slowly, slowly at first and then accelerate constantly.
Stop when the rod tip still pointing slightly upwards and monitor the loop unraveling.
Fly released: Launched two movements
Use this technique of casting fly fishing when a lot of open space behind you and when moving your fly far over the water. Practice this land released. Tie a piece of rope light at the end of the tippet so you can see how it unfolds.
Take line of about three times the length of the rod. Hold the cane in front of you in your dominant hand and make sure there are no knots in the line.
Take the rod tip back in a fast and constant movement, stopping when the rod tip is pointing up and behind you.
Watch your thrown backwards until the line is deployed.
Just before the line is completely straighten, bring the rod forward again.
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