Considerar el spey como una técnica centrada en las cañas de dos manos y la pesca del salmón es una forma inconsciente de negarnos a nosotros mismos las ventajas de un importante recurso para pescar a mosca; con cualquier caña y para cualquier especie, los lances spey son para pescar. Continue reading →
I have never seen any angler with such a good control of his drag-free drifts as bosnian guide, competition fly fisher and good friend Zeljko Prpic. Be it with a short or long line, all his reach, parachute and check casts are impeccable. Continue reading →
Tailing loops are very frustrating. Some of us suffer them mildly once in a while, for others it is a chronic illness. I know of an experienced fly fisher that produces a tailing loop almost on every cast. A fellow angler told me not long ago that I was obssesed with tailing loops. That could be the case, but I don’t mind. I am interested in tails because I see them recurrently in most of my classes, and think that the more I understand them the more effective I will be in helping to cure them. Continue reading →
A nice and tight loop is normally considered the tell-tale sign of good casting control. However, in spey casting that is only part of the story.
Let’s take a look at the following example: Continue reading →