George Cook is back today with some more video commentary on fly fishing lakes.
The topic de jour is some techniques for dealing with a difficult backcast.
In this video, George talks about
- The fact that some of the best spots in lakes, like bays, can have very tough backcast conditions
- How basic rollcasting can work
- How a single hand Perry Poke can add distance to a roll cast
- How hauling on the forward stroke can add distance to a roll cast
- The fact that you can watch your backcast and guide it through the gaps behind you
- How to use the steeple cast
- The Rio Outbound line and how it can help add distance when backcast room is limited
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