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Art of Casting Analysis, refinement of the cast

 
 
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Old 02-02-2006, 09:21 AM
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Hand Placement

Wide? Narrow? What "feels comfortable?"

Is there any definite effect on the space between the hands? My feeling is that a wider
grip--for me, though I haven't acutally tested this yet--might solve that "running out of
room" feeling in the last part of the forward cast, where the most power is applied right
before the stop (the stop being aided in this case by the underhand slap).

Comments?

Thanks!

Tom
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