Not much to report on this sub-zero Saturday. Too cold for pretty much any and everything. So, lets learn through observation. Here’s a short clip I shot at the request of a customer a couple of weeks ago. Aerial shots can really help you understand the dynamics of spey casting. For this one, I had Mark pop out a couple of river-right Double Spey casts. Watch the anchor placement, low hands, quiet upper body and smooth Dloop stroke. This was performed with a 12’6″ #6 and a compact Scandi head. Before you ask, yes we would perform this a little differently with an ultralight troutspey and Skagit head. Stay tuned.
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