Ed Jaworowski: "Every Fly Rod Casts Better Than the Person Holding It"

Ed Jaworowski — a full-time classics professor and author of many articles and books on fly casting — notes that good casting technique can be learned, especially if you remember a few key principles. Morgan Lyle offers a layman’s interpretation of Jaworowski’s instruction on DailyGazette.com. “The line can only go in the direction the tip is moving when it stops. Does your cast pile up on the water, short of the target? You may be stopping with your rod tip pointing slightly downward, and not even realize it.”

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