I have been getting a left hand curve (upstream) in my line when I double-spey cast. I cast right handed and the last 10/15 feet of line curves upstream. I am a rookie spey caster and wondered if anyone knew what causes this problem.
You may be starting your up sweep for your dloop to soon.
If you do not come all the way around before your up sweep
you will send your dloop down stream. When you try to cast across river
your fly line and leader will cross over the top to the upstream side or
collide with the belly.
The line follows the rod tip so you must be kicking the rod tip to the left as you come forward - as Peter indicated you are not coming straight forward - if you are canting your rod to the side on the forward stroke (which most do in spey casting) you need to make sure that your top hand is going forward and you do not twist your wrist to the side as this will flip the tip left rather than in a straight line path towards your target
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