www.flyfishing-nation.com Jan 2007
Video Rating: 4 / 5
Awesome, one of my favorite Youtube vids
All these casts are useful in certain situations. Stefan is a great young representative of fly fishing. Check out the great pictures on his blog 😉
I can do that with no hands
I love what you’re doing and I applaud your innovative style of casting. You’re a conductor!
Nice casting technique no doubt….
But look at the waves hes creating around his body
Looka at the surface how he rip it to pieses making stillwater as turbulent as a riffle. This i useful when fishing in fast moving waters when the fish isnt easy to spooke. Still nice to look at for a beginner….
@wallpaperkilla I have taken this video and used it to teach me how to do some of these casts which, at times and most of the time on small to med sized streams are very useful. So to answer your question there is lots of productive value in this guys casting skills. If you can pull off some of these casts playing around then a brushy stream bank is not a problem where you have no back cast room.
Although some pitches do not meet the utility, I congratulate you for the tremendous management that you have in terms of casting.
Can you tell me the title and artist name of the item you used as the theme song?
Thank you very much.
Best Regards, el vasco.
Clubbed to Death by Rob D
Too bad your casting skills are far better than the camerawork.
Talk to the people of: “Once in a blue moon”.
The way you handle a flyrod and line, deserves that!
Oh by the way, excellent job on the loops and single hand spey casts.
I have seen a bunch of stupid hate comments from jealous, unadmiring people on your video about the “nonsense” loops.
But I was just wondering, are the multiple loops in the air used to help dry a dry fly as where in a situation you have no room to back cast?
@wallpaperkilla This is not the thing with spey casting, which is being demonstrated in the video. Spey casting was developed on the Spey river where you had no room to back cast, so they used longer “Spey” rods so you pretty much made a huge roll cast.
So by not loading the rod in the air, the water pulling on the line would load the rod for you.
Hope this helps,
Thanks bro, this video helped a lot ive been looking for some new tricks
what is the song called
I mentioned earlier about a virus in the .exe. Apparently, only Panda anti-virus picks this up and after checking…it is a false positive.
Mr. Dombaj, thank you for the videos on the above casts and the adhesive casting.
Very practical for covering a lot of water and rapid direction changes. I notice slight pauses to allow the D-loop to form and the line to anchor.
I’m using either the multiplied roll cast or snap-z to aerialize more line.
Your vids have help me a lot … Thanks.
Looks cool, but is there really any productive value? Im not hating, just wondering because I always thought your pole needs to move through a strait plane.
beautiful casting man! ive tossed a bug for quite a while and have rarely seen anything like this… and for all of you people saying this is usless u obviouly have never been fishing although some are very unlikely to be used i like to see you do it….
Love the video. However, there is a virus i the link for the pretty cool fly fishing program…why’d you do that
nice ….. so any new tricks? … i d love to watch more of your trick casts….
Wow, that’s fairly amazing.. you’ve obviously been doing this for quite awhile and have improved greatly over time, I’m sure your quite successful at catching fish as well with it.
Gotta give credit when credit is due.
Some of these casts are impractical, although cool to watch. Obviously a very talented caster. Learning a voodoo cast isnt really going to help you catch more fish than a standard snake roll, looks pretty though.
@cuzn223 -Me TOO!
Beautiful! Like poetry. If only I could cast like this. So far, I have mastered cracking the whip and losing my fly and, the spaghetti ball, 10 feet in front of me. Oh, and also the double surgeons knot around the barb wire fence behind me.
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