Published Nov 20. 2019 - 10 months ago

How To Make A Snap T Cast

In this episode of RIO's "How To" series, RIO brand manager Simon Gawesworth explains how to make a Snap T cast with a Spey rod. While watching this, you will get a step-by-step lesson on how to make a good Snap T cast, with each of the three casting strokes broken down and explained in Simon's typically clear and simple style.

In addition, Simon runs through some of the commonest casting mistakes anglers make when they are learning this cast, as well as a few subtle tips that plenty of average Spey casters make. Watch, learn and enjoy!

RIO's "How To" videos are a series of short films that explain all you need to know to learn a particular way to fish or cast. Where applicable, each film talks through the gear that you need, shows how to rig the gear, how to read the water, and how to fish that particular technique. These educational films are packed with information and top tips designed to improve the knowledge and skill level of all fly fishers. Each one is bought to you by a RIO employee or a RIO brand ambassador.

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