Bruce Kruk shares his spey casting secrets of the snakeroll.
Kaptain Kanudia is backwith the next installment of his Spey Casting Secrets!
Bruce Kruk has some of the most technically pure spey casting you’ll ever see, which is why I asked him to film this video series.
Particularly, on the single spey, Bruce’s methodology allows for remarkably consistent casting. Pay close attention to this one: the lift!
We’ll launch the first instructional episode of the Bruce Kruk series next week, Aug. 11.
Bruce Kruk shares his secrets to Spey Casting success in this coming Swing the Fly video series produced by Tightline Films.
If we have an anchor that is pointing towards our target and provides the proper amount of water tension (e.g. our leader or sink tip laying flat on the water), it guarantees we have our hands in an acceptable position to make a forward cast …
As it pertains to Anchor-Centric Spey Casting You might be expecting an article on how to create the magical “V-loop” and the ensuing super-charged Spey casts you have always heard of. My apologies. Instead you are going to get an article on why the V-loop is a bad idea and possibly even fallacy… Become a […]
Let’s dive in further to the question: Is there a unifying component that all successful Spey casts have, regardless of casting or line style?
Is there a unifying component that makes all of the great spey casters successful in their respective styles? Getting to the root of a successful spey cast is the key to learning and becoming proficient in the trade.
This is a bit of a rhetorical question, but it needs to be addressed. At some point, or in some Spey casting situations, we are all reactionary casters. The real question is are the common casting mistakes you make based on a reaction to another sequence in the Spey cast? Let’s uses an example we […]
We all have at least tried the snakeroll; some have mastered it and some have given up. But, learning and knowing the coolest cast in Spey casting is something we should all aspire to. The snakeroll is a modern two-handed cast developed by Simon Gawesworth. The cast has since grown into use in all … […]