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i would like to thank kaufman and all the sponsors for putting on a great event. i am new to spey casting and learned more in one day than i have in months from some of those best speycasters in the world!!:D :D
 

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I agree it was a good time and informative. Who was your favorite?
I like Ed Ward and the skagit casting and thought Simon Gawesworth
was great. Everybody was great.

Kevin
 

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Well.....

My two favorites were Simon and George Cook. Both were informative and really laid it all down were we could all understand it. Dana wasn't bad either. :D ;) :hehe: I got there just at the end of Dana's stint.
 

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all the casters at kaufman spey days did a great job. george cook gave me more than a few pointers today and had me try a windcutter 8/9/10 on my 13 ft 6 8/9 lami he casted the whole line all the way into the backing with that line. i liked the windcutter it casted very well on the lami. i also tried it on the 14 ft 6 in 9/10/11 and worked great. that was the first time i tried a windcutter on those two rods. i casted a scott 14 ft 9 wt with a windcutter and was a real cannon! had a great time and thanks to kaufmans and all the sponsors for a great event!!!!!
 

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We were blow away by Way Yin's and Steve Choate's presentation. I saw them last year and what a difference a year makes.
Dana Really shead some light on the Underhanded Casting style that fits into what I am doing.
A big thanks to Way for the little adjustment in my casting.
Leroy...........................
 
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