Surfing the internet the other day I came across an article that called my attention due to this statement:
“ Ongoing advancements in fly line materials and design continue to offer anglers ways to get more out of their casts. Today’s fly lines load rods more effectively…”
So I think it is worth talking a little bit about
rod load or, as I prefer to say, rod bend. Continue reading
Posted in casting mechanics, fly casting, tackle Tagged acceleration, AFFTA, bend, distance, fly rod, force, load, mass, rod bend, rod load, work
That is a rather usual question and also a very interesting one. It has been asked to me again recently via the internet by a couple of fellow casting instructors. Let’s go for it.
Posted in casting mechanics, fly casting, spey casting Tagged acceleration, casting, energy, fly casting, flycasting, force, spey, spey cast, switch cast, work