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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-16-2007, 07:54 PM Thread Starter
 
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What is your reccommendation for a "How To" spey cast?

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I really like RIO international spey casting and derek brown spey masterclass.

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Recommended also..

Jeff Putnam's Speycasting DVD set, very good.

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I think from a fundamentals point of view, Spey to Z DVD and Al Buhr's book.

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Jeff Putnam's series is great. He has sections on spey and skagit. Very simple and informative.

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Mitch was spot on with his choices. They are both very easy to follow and keep it pretty simple so your not too distracted with what willy gunn calls "circus casts" I know Poppy at RedShed had some vids in the for sale section a while back,, try him.
Also $40 gets you a ton of clips and info here at the spey pages as well as getting the DVD from Dana. That would be as good a starting point as any.
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I'll have to take a look at that video "The Art of Spey Casting".
Derek Browns Spey Masterclass has a lot of good traditional spey casting content, but you kind of have to give yourself a nudge half way through.

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The one that really hit the nail on the head for me was Dec Hogans Modern Spey Casting. I have seen the others, but none did it for me like Dec's

Just a different teacher I guess.

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