Videos: Fly-Casting Lessons from an Aussie Master

Peter Morse is among Australia's most well-known fly fishers, having once hosted a popular TV show about the sport. Although we've never met, he and I have been . . .
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Pro Tip: The ONE Thing You Can Do to Become a Better Fly Fisherman in the New Year

Written by: Kip Vieth, Wildwood Float Trips
You don't have to cast as well as the late, great instructor Bill Cairns. . . but it sure wouldn't hurt.
A year has ended and a new one begins. Like most people, I look back and reflect on what the previous year has taught me or what insights I might have gleaned from all my time guiding. I . . .
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Video Tuesday Tip: How to Teach Kids to Fly Cast

We hope a lot kids receive new fly rods during the holidays this year, but that means someone has to teach these youngsters to cast. One sure way to discourage a young would-be fly caster, . . .
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Video: How to Cast Large or Heavy Flies

Many anglers find that their casting technique goes to pieces when they tie on a heavy streamer or large bass bug. In this great clip from “The Orvis Guide to Fly Fishing,” Orvis casting instructor . . .
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Video Pro Tip: Whack-A-Mole Casting Practice

Here's a quick-and-dirty casting tip from Capt. Lucas Bissett of Lowtide Charters in southern Louisiana. Whereas most casting practice focuses on long casts, Captain Lucas knows . . .
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Video Tips: How to Prepare for a Guided Saltwater Trip

Capt. Lucas Bissett of Lowtide Charters is back with a couple of short videos that will help any angler preparing for a guided trip on saltwater. Although Lucas guides for redfish in the . . .
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Video: How to Make Accurate Casts at Longer Distances

Here's the latest video in our series featuring Pete Kutzer of the Orvis Fly Fishing Schools, in which he offers some important tips for maintaining accuracy at longer distances. When you're casting . . .
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Video Pro Tips: The Keys to Good Fly Casting

The road to becoming a fly fisher begins with casting. You need to get the fly to the fish, after all. But even many experienced anglers, especially those of us who are primarily self-taught, . . .
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