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    Default Casting lesson

    I was out on Saturday morning for some casting lessons, I felt I done reasonably well after a while and it was well worth it, as it definitely gives you a bit more confidence going into the season . My friend who has never cast a double hander ever was also doing a single spey and double spey by the time our lesson was finished, so it's out on Friday puting our expertise into practice and maybe one of us will get a first on the fly.

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    Get in there mate, good luck with the fish they will come sooner or later.
    Meantime, just enjoy the casting experience it's next to actually catching one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bros View Post
    Get in there mate, good luck with the fish they will come sooner or later.
    Meantime, just enjoy the casting experience it's next to actually catching one.
    BW
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    Thanks m8, Tummel on Friday , so salmon beware, I probably forget all I've been shown.

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    Keep practicing my friend its a bonus if you get a fish when your still learning

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    We are all still learning......

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    I actually get satisfaction casting when things go well, but very downbeat when things go from being pretty good to disastrous in the space of one cast and it can take long enough to get back into the groove, but I suppose that's just the learning game, but will enjoy the learning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glenelg100 View Post
    I actually get satisfaction casting when things go well, but very downbeat when things go from being pretty good to disastrous in the space of one cast and it can take long enough to get back into the groove, but I suppose that's just the learning game, but will enjoy the learning.
    Remember and actually fish instead of just marvelling at your wondeful casts LOL

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    l was out yesterday!practicing & freezin cold and loved every minute of it.

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