The second video in our series on getting started in fly fishing is all about casting. You may have heard that fly-casting is “difficult” or “an art form,” but it’s really much simpler than you think. The key is to understand that the fly rod casts the line, not the fly. Follow these instructions, and you’ll be delivering a fly to fishable distances in no time.
In our next installment, we’ll cover the two knots you need to tie on a fly and add tippet to your leader.
Getting Started in Fly Fishing, Part 1: How to rig your fly rod
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