The spey learning curve WILL be cut in half. Terminology, equipment choices and casting videoes give the beginner and novice great advice and creditable information. To the more advance caster, a forum to bounce off ideas and converse with spey giants. Give yourself an early Christmas present--- subscribe! Klem
First and foremost, I paid up and still think that it is a great investment. In addition, if push comes to shove, I dump another $100 into the cause if needed.
So, in the relm of constructive critisism, AND understanding full well that Mr. Sturn is a busy man, a few observations on my part. 1) Being new to the Spey Tech. I can make a, uh hum, fishable cast. What I do not feel comfortable with is the line control on the drift/swing nor what I would do to land the fish with out a partner, or net, or "beach-able" bank to move to. So, I would like to see more on the "Fishing Tech." (this doesn't mean less of the other)
2) The list of information is WELL worth the small amount of $$$ to view it (and keep it). The only problem is (speaking as if I hadn't explored the speypages site previously, and as a NEW subscriber) it is a little jumbled. If I wanted to just look at video of a snake roll, and maybe some comparisons of good and bad tech. It would be tough.
So, Dana, just a little insight on smoothing out the process for 2005. And for those non-subscribers...did you know that you CAN practice your casting in the grass? Neither did I, Until... :wink:
PS- With reguards to the "heat" in similar posts, "If you can, do it. If you can't, don't. "
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