Casting a shooting head

An audio introduction to the world of shooting heads

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Martin Joergensen

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Shooting heads give a couple of advantages, which I try to explain in this episode. You can join me on the Danish coast in my usual pursuit for sea trout while I introduce you to the world of shooting heads.
For those not wanting to listen, we're talking distance and effortless casting. And the instructions for making your own shooting heads can be found in the links below.

Images for this day's podcast
Grass blown onto the beach - The wind had gathered most grass on the beach and the water was clear
Grass blown onto the beach
Small stream - Extremely small, actually
Small stream
Heading for a point - They are always worth probing with a few casts
Heading for a point
Sun struggling - The sun did what it could to break through
Sun struggling

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Published February 20th 2006
Duration 27 minutes and 05 seconds
File size 24.83 Mb

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