You often hear people talk about the "art" of fly casting, and I think that's a good analogy. In my 50 years of fly fishing, I've come up with some pretty creative ways to make the line and the fly get to where the fish are. That's the "art" of fly casting, but making the cast itself is really based on some simple laws of physics that enable the rod and the fly line to move the fly through the air. This is the "science" of fly casting. In this DVD, I'll help you understand how the cast works, and provide you with a number of specific aids and exercises to help you become a good fly caster. Then we'll go through a variety of casts that will help you in certain fishing situations including:
Joan Wulff's - Dynamics of Fly Casting DVD | 3.33 GB English | DVD-Video | 1h 28m | MPEG2 720x480 29.970 fps | AC-3 192 Kbps 48.0 KHz Genre: eLearning / Sports
This 1-hour 30-minute DVD is the culmination of Joan Wulff's 60-year career as a champion fly caster, teacher and fly fisher. She shows and explains the mechanics and techniques she has been developing, analyzing and refining for those 60 years. The viewer will learn the important elements of great casting, vital hand and arm movements, practice routines that teach how to make almost all kinds of casts and some very special tips. They are all shown and explained, clearly and concisely, sometimes using on-the-water demonstrations and sometimes utilizing computer graphics.