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Free Casting Clinic Feb. 9th, 2014 (Read 1147 times)
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Free Casting Clinic Feb. 9th, 2014
Feb 1st, 2014, 9:45pm
 
Free Casting Clinic
 
Ray Bianco, FFF Certified Master Flycasting Instructor
Joseph Narkevitz, A Fly Fishing Enthusiast  
 805-705-3208
 
Sunday February 9th
  10am to 1pm
 
For beginning to advanced casters.  
Single handed and two handed rods.
 
The Elements of fly casting will be covered.
Common Casting Problems will be demonstrated and discussed.
Casting Mechanics:
  Straight line travel.
  Stopping of the rod.
  Drift after the stop.
  
Rods will be provided if you do not have one.
After the demonstrations you will be practicing your casts.
The instructors will give individual help.
Time for questions and answers.
 
Directions to the casting clinic:
  Drive to Linden Ave. in Carpenteria.
  Head toward the beach.
  Cross the railroad tracks.
  Park your car.
  The park begins on your left.
  We will gather at the North end of the park.
 
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"The longer your cast the longer your line is in the water fishing". Lew Riffle
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Re: Free Casting Clinic Feb. 9th, 2014
Reply #1 - Feb 9th, 2014, 4:46pm
 
Well I went to the casting instruction today presented by Ray Bianco and hosted by Joseph Narkovitz.  There were 15 or 20 of us in attendance and it was certainly time well spent.  Instruction was given on regular and two-handed casting with a great deal of attention to the details of constructing a good cast. I think anyone willing to listen got some very good one-on-one instruction on theory and rods and lines. Thanks to Ray for giving generously of his time and expertise. Nice guy!
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