Published Nov 1. 2013 - 9 years ago
Updated or edited May 6. 2019

Casting That Fly 1 - Basics

Release 1st of November 2013. Trailer. DVD or Video-on-Demand http://www.wideopen.dk. This is a movie for beginners.Master casting instructor, Lars Chr. Bentsen, guides you all the way through the movie. Lars Chr. Bentsen is a certified Master Instructor with the International Federation of Fly Fishers and is recognized internationally for his ability to teach fly casting. This movie is about casting a single hand fly rod.He shows how to put the gear together: Rod, fly reel, backing, fly line and leader.He shows you how easy it is to get started with your very first fly cast. We take a look at roll casting, overhead casting, double hauling and how to shoot line.But first and foremost, Lars Chr. Bentsen concentrates on the important basic elements of a good fly cast. Even though it is a movie for beginners, more experienced fly fishers will benefit from knowing the basics. Knowledge of the basics of fly casting makes it easier to correct your own faults.A good fly cast is easy and elegant, and this movie shows how to achieve just that.

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