I recently swung a new river left spot on an OP coastal river. It was necessary to cast to a very fast inside seam and let the downstream swing occur as the river made a right turn that entered a spot where holding Coho were rising. My lack of skill made this dangerous. My anchor travelled very quickly downstream after setting the anchor. Great load on the rod, but it seemed I had to do the sweep into a D-loop immediately to avoid being smacked on my right hand side or back. I tried setting the anchor angled further out and shrink the D-loop, but still needed needed to sweep instantaneously upon accomplishing the snap T. Maybe I am still going back more than I need to. Any advice?