One of our followers on Twitter recently chimed in with a question for our friend and Alaska West spey instructor Dec Hogan.
The question basically boiled down to asking about “the nuances of casting deeper-bend spey rods”. You see, Dec likes rods that are relatively slow and that literally bend all the way through the cork when casting. We have some pretty technical content about spey fishing on our site, so the expectation might have been for some detailed comments about hand position, timing and grain weights.
Not so. If you know Dec, you won’t be surprised by his response.
Nuances and Secrets of Casting a Slow, Deep Loading Two-Handed Rod.
By Dec Hogan
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