Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: The mid-Pacific.
Good video: The cast actually shows up well. Not bad at all for non dominant-hand up where any and all practice is good. One thing I do to simulate moving water in lakes/ponds is to change hands after each cast and turn my body away to simulate the hang-down. This way I can put as much change in direction to the casts as if casting stream-side and I'm not taking up much more space, which can be a challenge in lakes/ponds. It makes it easier for me to see how and why the cast comes off well dominant hand up and to apply the same oblong-roll to my other side also. Like scribing a flattened "e" with a slow rod tip is what works very well for me.