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Spey Casting

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Stackpole Books
Sports & Recreation, Sports, Fishing - Flyfishing, Sports / Instructional, Fishing - General, Fly casting, Spey ca
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Open LibraryOL8000607M
ISBN 100811702685
ISBN 139780811702683

well written, very clear, nice pictures, an overall good introduction to long line spey casting. But it will NOT replace a good instructor, or for me a DVD since I find video a lot more explanatory. A good book though, and a good read, that allows you to troubleshoot your casting at the end of a frustrating day of newbie spey casting:)/5(41).

well written, very clear, nice pictures, an overall good introduction to long line spey casting. But it will NOT replace a good instructor, or for me a DVD since I find video a lot more explanatory. A good book though, and a good read, that allows you to troubleshoot your casting at the end of a frustrating day of newbie spey casting:)/5(41).

The Federation of Fly Fishers certification spey casting program follows the outline in this book. That makes it an excellent resource for those working on FFF certification.

It is terse, but covers all the material. Being terse I don't think it is enough of a resource for someone to learn the intricacies of the spey cast from this book alone/5(11).

I see I am the only review of Simon's book so far. Gawesworth is one of the world's best spey casters - fly casting with a very long ( to foot) two-handed fly rod. Spey casting is notoriously difficult to teach in print, but Gawesworth has carefully photographed each step of the process/5.

Learn the switch cast, single spey, double spey, snake roll, snap T, and devon switch, and now the skagit cast The efficient way for anglers to catch fish--including trout, striped bass, salmon, and steelhead--on big, moving waters No other cast is more graceful, or more fun to learn, than the spey cast.

Champion spey caster Simon Gawesworth teaches the casts, some of which. This is the definitive book on single-handed Spey Casting. It's well-written and nicely illustrated. I also recommend his Spey Casting (2nd edition), and his DVD, Rio's Modern Spey Casting, which has a section on single-hand Spey Casting, as well as extensive instruction on all the Spey casts: Roll Cast, Switch Cast, Single Spey, Double Spey, Snake Roll, Snap T, Skagit casting,/5(24).

Spey Casting Instruction Booklet. Here is a fresh, balanced, readable introduction to Spey Casting. It is especially written for beginning-to-intermediate spey casters, though even the most advanced will learn something valuable from it.

Bob Pauli, author of this booklet, is a Certified Fly Casting Instructor of the Federation of Fly Fishers.

Spey Casting Booklet by Travis Johnson $ The Spey Casting booklet is a tool I have created to help my students and other Spey enthusiasts, in a hand held reference to the art of Spey Casting.

• Learn the switch cast, single spey, double spey, snake roll, snap T, and devon switch, and now the skagit cast • The efficient way for anglers to catch fish--including trout, striped bass, salmon, and steelhead--on big, moving waters No other cast is more graceful, or more fun to learn, than the spey : Stackpole Books.

How do you cast in tight spots or deal with overhanging branches. Most fly casters use the roll cast, but you can also use the double roll cast, which gives you a little more distance, or the switch cast for even longer casts. In Single-Handed Spey Casting, Simon Gawesworth shares casts adapted from two-handed spey casting that enable you to fish the challenging sports 1/5(1).

Fly Casts - Spey Casting, Skagit Spey Casting, a visual glance at double handed fly rod casts. Contemporary Thoughts on Modern Spey Casting was written to help today’s Spey caster to better understand the areas of the casting sequence that matter most.

Through this process you will learn the whys and hows of compounding problems, and how to eliminate them through proper understanding of the fundamentals. "Spey Casting" was then reprinted in a second edition with additional content added. The "Speycaster's Streamside Reference" is intended as a take-along guide to aid casting practice.

Unfortunately this is no longer in print, and we have no remaining copies for sale. "Single-Handed Spey Casting" is Simon's third book.

Spey casting with a very effective means of using a two-handed rod to fly fish for both salmon and steelhead. It's popularity continues to grow. I'm still new to spey casting and I love it. But to get expert advice, let's listen to Pete, about some of the basic casts. Pete: With a dynamic roll cast, we need to lift this rod up, come back with a.

Spey CastingVdoc Page 3 of 43 November 28 Prepared by Bob Pauli, borrowed heavily from Simon Gawesworth’s Spey lesson notes and his book Spey Casting (by permission), plus concepts from Al Buhr’s book Two-Handed Fly Casting and Hugh Falkus’s book Speycasting: A New Size: KB.

Spey casting is a casting technique used in fly casting can be accomplished with either a normal length fly rod, or a rod referred to as a double-handed fly rod, often called a Spey rod. Spey rods can also be used for standard overhead casting. Spey casting is used for fishing large rivers for salmon and large trout such as steelhead and sea trout.

The recently published () book titled FLYCASTING SKILLS – for beginner and expert, by John Symonds and Philip Maher, has much to recommend it among the very short list of four books currently available devoted to teaching the two-handed Spey cast.

It was written by two eminently qualified authors. John Symonds is an Advanced Professional Game Angling. The online home of Simon Gawesworth, covering the world of all things "Spey". In this video Andrew Moy of Tight Lines Fly Fishing demonstrates beginner spey casting techniques.

Spey Nation is an excellent event for all spey enthusiasts held in Pineville, NY. The Salmon. One of the first books devoted entirely to spey casting and it remains, along with Mike Maxwell's book, the best in the field.

If any book can teach you the fundamentals of spey casting, this book and Maxwell's book will do the job. It is his new technique that Hugh Falkus describes in this book.

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As his many pupils have proved conclusively. Spey Casting is a straight forward description of all the basic casts. Each topic is presented in an easy to follow manner.

The snap T and circle C make the Single and Double Spey really a /5(7). Single hand spey casting is actually far more varied in its potential aplications than two hand casting -primarily due to adding the ability to do hauls into the mix.

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Simon Gawesworth’s book on single hand spey casting really proves this. This video will show you the advantages of a Single Hand Spey cast and demonstrate what fly line to use for single hand spey casting and roll casting. The roll casting ability of this line is. Greys ProTeam member, Fin Wilson explains some basic spey casting techniques including the roll cast and single spey.

The world of trout spey (or whatever moniker is most popular at any given time) is constantly evolving. For a few years, the development of smaller spey rods—typically 11 1/2 feet or smaller and lighter in weight—geared towards two-handed spey casting, but on a similar scale, predominated.

While those rods remain popular, more recently, focus has shifted in part to single-hand spey casting. However, upon picking it up again (after developing a more in depth understanding of casting mechanics and physics), I can confidently say that this is the best double hand casting book I have read so far.

Truthfully, I suggest some actual casting experience when reading this one, but nonetheless this book should be in every Spey casters library. I just got my copy of Art Lingren's new book about Bob Clay, of Riverwatch rods.

A very nice tribute to an icon in the spey world. I really do recommend it to those who own Bob's rods, or actually, to anyone. Today's Anglers are increasingly using two-handed rods on waters for all kinds of fish, including trout, striped bass, salmon, and steelhead.

Tracing its roots to the mids on Scotland's River Spey, spey casting is the efficient way for anglers to catch large fish on big, moving waters without wearing out their casting arms.

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After trying to match up schedules for months I finally was able to book a day with Spey Casting North East. The day starts indoors with a brief dialogue.

It's during this first hour when Jerry and Lisa take what is often a very intimidating method of fly fishing and demystify it completely.5/5(1). I think that his strength is that he has read all the old books and knows a lot about the history of spey casting, but has filtered that knowledge through the lens of modern rods and lines, mixed up with an impressive knowledge of the physics involved.

His book doesn’t need your protection, especially not from me. I have never read a word he has written and already have too many books - both Gawesworth books, the Buhr book, Mortensen’s book, Falkus’ book and a handful of others, as well as a friend and mentor that is publishing a spey casting book this year.

Micro Spey Tactics for Trout Spey is one of the older styles of fly fishing, having origins in the British Isles, and specifically, Scotland, where it was developed to target Atlantic Salmon. The Spey cast itself -- an aerial combination of a figure-eight and a roll cast -- is something that I don't personally claim to execute well, but its.Spey Casting Books.

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