Slack-Line Casts: Good For High Water Too

October 10, 2009 By: Marshall Cutchin

“It’s been raining for days, and pewter skies laden with clouds etch the horizon. Riparian valleys roar in harmony to the cadence of biblical rain while local rivers that once flowed like gin back in August now tumble like chocolate mocha over windfalls and scattered logjams.” Alaska’s Rich Culver points out that learning a few slack-line casts will help your fly sink into the zone and allow it to drift longer, avoiding the affects of current that cause your fly to drag and swing upwards. On CapitalCityWeekly.com.