Overview: Overview of Spey Casts DS RHS: Double Spey - right shoulder Español DS LHS: Double Spey - left shoulder. Feeding line into the D-loop Español SS RHS: Single Spey - right shoulder SS LHS: Single Spey - left shoulder. Casting further with the SS – hauling and pointy D-loops. Using weighted flies and sinking lines Español Spey fishing: Fishing with the Spey Casts Switch: Another cast going under the heading Switch Cast Snake Roll: The Snake Roll
Intro: Introduction to the section APGAI: What does the AAPGAI stand for? Who are these flyfishing dudes? Syllabus: Working through the beginning of the AAPGAI syllabus – assembling tackle through to working line out Syllabus 2: The syllabus part two Basics: Basic casting understanding - overhead cast and variations Casting knowledge 1: How are loops formed? What causes tight loops/open loops/tailing loops? Casting knowledge 2: What is the correct hand movement? Teaching without a clock. How does flycasting work? Why is the fly line so thick? How long is your leader? Casting knowledge 3: How does double hauling work? What is the timing of the double haul? Casting across the wind. Casting knowledge 4: Casting with a tailing wind. How do you get a low backcast? Casting knowledge 5:
Rods and loop. AFTM system. Grip variations. Penny Drop: The physics of the overhead cast. Double hauling again. Rods and loops. Casting arc. Rod flex. High backcast. Drifting. Rod loading. Rolls: The Roll Cast and its uses. D-loops and power application. Minimum drag techniques. Switch Cast. Casting into the wind.