One-hand Spey combines the elegant rhythm of Spey fishing with the versatility of a light rod that can be enjoyably controlled and fished with a single hand.
Mr. Linespeed is back with some really valuable help on creating and using tension in your spey casts.
Kaptain Kanudia is back with a quick observation that is sure to help your casting!
Here’s how a 7-time Spey-O-Rama world champion does a single spey. UPDATE: The Swing the Fly community raised about $2500 in less than 24 hours to help Whitney get to Norway! Thank you all! Good luck, Whitney! We’re trying to raise a little money for Whitney’s travel to the Fly Casting World Championship in Norway. […]
Our buddy Tim Rawlins is back with another exclusive vid; this time with some helpful tips on how and why to incorporate more body into your spey casting.
The first cast that most people feel they really get a hold of is usually the snake roll….the reason being that it is a continuous motion cast thus maintaining tension, which is your friend!
Kaptain Kanudia talks hand position.
Here’s a simple exercise to shave years off of your bottom hand learning curve.
Mr. Linespeed is back with another exclusive vid for Swing the Fly and some tips on improving your sweep stemming for guru Robert Gillespie’s climbing curve and incline plane instruction.
ed Jedi’s extensive collection of spey casting tips on YouTube; but you haven’t seen this one. Here Tim Rawlins joins Swing the Fly for some exclusive tips just for STF members:
The final installment of the series deals with the concept of the fulcrum. Thanks for watching!
Sounds simple? Bruce is back with some tips for making the most of your practice.