Published Feb 29. 2016 - 5 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 21. 2018

Casting & Strategy

This film is about fly fishing with double handed and switch rods. When you are able to combine these three factors:
- Choice of tackle
- Strategi
- Casting technique
... then your fly fishing becomes a game and much more effective. Ronny takes you on a trip to many different fishing locations to demonstrate how this is true in real fishing conditions.
He walks you through the tackle setup and shows you precisely how to put together your gear to match the conditions where you are fishing. Your tackle always have to match the fishing situation.
We change location all the time to show both choice of tackle, fishing strategy and the more specialized casts needed to fly fish under all conditions.
This film is for both the beginner and the advanced fly caster. Through one and a half hour and 23 chapters Ronny guides you to a more effective fly fishing for salmon and seatrout with double handed and switch rods.
DVD and Video-on-Demand
Release: Medio March 2016
English with Danish subtitles.

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Submitter: 
Martin Joergensen
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