Fly Fishing Casting Techniques : Wrist Movement for the Abrupt Stop of a Fly Fishing Cast

The abrupt stop in fly casting makes the cast more powerful. Get tips on the correct hand and wrist movement for the abrupt stop and pause part of a fly fishing cast in this free fishing and casting techniques video lesson. Expert: Alvin Dedeaux Contact: www.alvindedEaux.com Bio: Alvin has been a fly fishing guide and casting instructor for 12 years, and has been fly fishing for 32 years. He is a graduate of the Joan Wulff fly casting instructor’s school. Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA
Video Rating: 5 / 5

For right-handed fly fishers, the back hand roll cast starts over the left shoulder and the regular roll cast starts over the right shoulder. Learn how to do a back hand roll cast, and why it’s useful, in this free fly fishing and casting techniques video lesson. Expert: Alvin Dedeaux Contact: www.alvindedEaux.com Bio: Alvin has been a fly fishing guide and casting instructor for 12 years, and has been fly fishing for 32 years. He is a graduate of the Joan Wulff fly casting instructor’s school. Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA
Video Rating: 4 / 5

10 comments on “Fly Fishing Casting Techniques : Wrist Movement for the Abrupt Stop of a Fly Fishing Cast
  1. jsguitar says:

    Thanks!

  2. jbmcorpsman87 says:

    thanks for all these great vids i bought my first fly rod today but had nobody to teach me…i caught 3 largemouth in 2 hrs. not bad for a first day i think i’m hooked

  3. stillrob420 says:

    wth am i doing wrong!

  4. Barbatois says:

    god this guy can roll cast farther than I can cast… ridiculous rod setup he has there

  5. AlvinDedeaux says:

    Just tilt the rod to the side.

  6. themightysim says:

    when i do the normal roll cast the line comes towards me then out. is that normal coz i whipped myself with the line (luckily i didnt have a fly on)

  7. tjisme235 says:

    r u supposed to release ur index finger when u kast?

  8. m1garand77 says:

    expert village, you havent failed me yet!

  9. PikeChaser08 says:

    Very good way of teachin a roll cast:) I seemed to learn it sideways! My rod not going over my shoulder @ all. Left/Right either way… leaving around 8-10 feet of line on water. Rod @ a straight line in front of me, then doing a “Backward” “C” formation. I can roll cast this way @ least 40 feet of line:) I do use the other way also not as much don’t ask why lol Roll casting is a great thing I fish on a boardwalk lots with 20-30 passing by every min an never hooked anyone so its all good:)

  10. george4860 says:

    Very clear instruction…
    For a novice like me, absolutely essential!
    Thank you!

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