thank you to all of you veterans willing to share your knowledge and experience to those of us new to the awesome world of spey casting. I just finished only my second day of playing with my new spey set up and I'm hoping to get some tips. I have a Greys 12' 9 wt spey rod designed to work best with Scandinavia head. Tryin to save money I found Orvis Helios switch floating line 10wt. I did this because the head length and grain weight match the recommended Scandi line size for the rod it's just all one integrated line. Both times I used a 12' flouro leader with 2x tippet, because I read somewhere that you shouldn't use poly leaders with a Scandi set up. So any how, the real question I have is every 7 out of 10 casts The leader and the fly didn't turn over with speed and energy. It either kind of floated on side ways trajectory and landed short or it came out on a more vertical plane but died in midair and plopped down instead again, of turning over well. My fly was a pretty standard articulated streamer for steelhead. Heavy but No xtra weight like a cone head or tubing. So I was hoping a wise and auspicious person might have some clues as to what I'm doing wrong.. Thank you very much in advance!!