Michael T Posted March 25, 2007 Report Share Posted March 25, 2007 Just as expected, spring has brought back the promise of greenery and the dreaded tailing loop. It would be worth living in a more hospitable climate so that one could fly fish 11 to 12 months a year JUST to not have the annual return of the tailing loop! I've thrown the fly rod once or twice this winter in the back yard, but I threw my 7 weight. However, the 4/5 weight I threw yesterday in a pond feels so drastically different, it's like learning to cast all over again. I know the things I'm not supposed to be doing, and when I remember not to do them, I get a nice smooth reasonably tight loop that turns over beautifully.....and then, there's the other 80% of my casts. So fellow Bass Buggers, do you experiece this same issue? Are you a more profficient caster with a particular rod weight or style over another? How many trips to the water does it take to get your casting stroke back? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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