Distance casting

A recording about distance casting and casting distance - with guest appearances by a dog, cows, seals, porpoises and a trout

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Martin Joergensen

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In this episode I talk about casting and casting distance - all ignited by the Danish championships in fly casting and a small lawn casting session with friends. And I try to control my dog on a large field of cows, which is not easy.
A bit long this time, I admit, but I hope you forgive me...

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Casting chapionships - Jari Wiklund, who reported from last year\'s venue participated again this year
Casting chapionships
Keep your eyes on the ball now! - To paraphrase W.C.Fields - keep your eyes on your backcast
Keep your eyes on the ball now!
Flagging the casts - We poked small Danish flags into the ground to mark the different distances along the tape
Flagging the casts
Having fun casting - Niels and Henning on the local soccer field
Having fun casting
Herding cows - Divus the Shetland sheepdog thinks he\'s a Shetland cowdog
Herding cows
The last few casts - Nils making an effort as it darkens
The last few casts
Cows gone - Divus the mad cow-dog has calmed down after the cows have disappeared
Cows gone

A lot more on casting can be read here:

Published May 27th 2007
Duration 51 minutes and 22 seconds
File size 47.06 Mb

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From: Branislav (vanuz) · vanuz·at·mail.dk  Link
Submitted May 27th 2007

Good podcast. I have also enjoyed the "cowy" parts :). Once again, I missed the championship and the field-ship :(

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