Horror Show

Horror Show

Jason Borger | Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Want to start a 30-page thread on Sexyloops? Ask about the cause(s) of a tailing loop. Better yet, ask how to define one. It’s like a self-writing script for a fly-casting horror show. There’s just something about tailing loops that puts instructors in a psycho kinda mood.

To add some plot thickener, I’m posting the image you see here. It’s a sequence from slow-mo video that I shot for my new book. Ignore the background, it’s not important, nor does it appear in the book. Just focus on the rod and line and caster. For those of you who are pals of mine on Facebook, this should be a familiar pic.

 

I’m not going to slice-and-dice text from my book, instead I’m just going to see if this stimulates a new SL story line.All the tailing loop goodies are present: dips, rises (is a dip really a dip, or…?) , wavy looking bits floating about, drooping end-line, and ugly, crossing legs (will they cross twice? Will they tangle? Will the rod get into the act, too?). It’s a single-image fly-casting horror show—you write the script.