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07-01-2007 09:53 AM
juro I hosted Simon Gawesworth on the beaches of Cape Cod so can attest that there is some coverage of beach casting on his epic video.

However my recommendation would be to spend time with someone who has done it a lot, or hire an instructor.
06-30-2007 03:02 PM
gjs
Overhead Beach Casting

Do any of these books/DVD's get into 2 hand beach casting? Thanks.

Greg
06-30-2007 06:57 AM
DaveSimpson I'll second speydoc on the idea of DVD. In this day and age, seeing - especially with slow motion technique - is much more powerful than words, as no imagination is required so very little can be misconstrued.

Although I've not seen many DVD's on casting, I do recall my nephew who recently took up fly fishing reported to me that Falkus on Fly Casting, by Hugh Falkus was of tremendous help.

Dave
01-17-2007 06:01 PM
fisshman26 Fine and Far Off, by Jock Scott!!!!!!
There is so much to be learned if you can read between the lines.
01-17-2007 03:56 PM
tie-dye-fly-guy
modern spey dvd

the new rio dvd is superb i agree
01-17-2007 01:03 PM
mflytier
Spey casting DVD

The dvd "Introduction to Speycasting" with John and Amy Hazel is excellent. Simon's book is very good.
Malcolm
11-19-2006 02:03 AM
Bob Pauli Simon Gawesworth's book is superb.

Simon's depth of knowledge plus a huge number of large sequential photos make this a winner.
11-15-2006 09:43 AM
chesterlh Don't forget Ally Gowan's DVD Spey Casting Made Easy. It too is very good. I agree with the Simon Gawesworth recommendation, great book. Use it in conjunction with the RIO DVD and it is a great learning aid.
11-12-2006 12:50 PM
speydoc Personaly books don't do it for me - DVDs are far more effective. RIO's Modern Spey Casting would get top slot in my opinion.
speydoc
11-10-2006 04:04 AM
Salar-1 Charlie
Al Buhr's new book is
"Two Handed Fly Casting-Spey Casting Techniques"
I much prefer Two DVD's
"Spey to Z" (Excellent )
and
"The Art of Spey Casting"
Cheers
11-09-2006 02:35 PM
Charlie Mike Maxwell’s book is good. It covers more than just casting. It also has a bunch of info on fishing with a spey rod.

Russ,

What is the name of Al Buhr’s book? I did not know he had one out.

Charlie.
11-01-2006 08:51 PM
flytyer In addition, I would add Hugh Falkus's book on spey casting and Al Buhr's as well.
10-30-2006 05:22 PM
SALMONCHASER I'll get the ball rolling with Simon Gawesworth's SPEYCASTING. There are many more but you should not be without this one.
Salmon Chaser
10-30-2006 03:33 PM
oldfish
Best Spey Books?

Any reccomendations on the best books on spey casting techniques?

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