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Master the Cast free pdf If you can't cast, you can't fish. The cast is the most important and challenging skill in fly-fishing. Because the angler is casting virtually weightless flies made from bits of hair and feather, line, fly, and rod must be worked in a complicated ballet that even experienced anglers have trouble mastering. The level of casting skill possessed by the average angler is poor. George V. Roberts Jr., a lifelong fly-fisher and a sought-after teacher, has developed a program that will have readers casting and catching fish with a fly rod after only a few hours' practice. By mastering the handful of fundamentals presented in this book, the reader will become an efficient, accurate, and consistent fly-caster, and will have laid a solid foundation upon which he or she can build all advanced fly-casting techniques. There is no book available like it. Master the Cast is a comprehensive but concise treatment of the most important element of fly-casting: building a solid fly-casting stroke. With detailed illustrations and photographs capturing all the elements of the cast, it is written for each of the five million Americans who fly-fish regularly in both fresh water and salt water, and for the many people (perhaps another five million) who attempt to take up the sport each year. Roberts has based his program on noted golfer Ben Hogan's book, Five Lessons: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf (Simon

About George V. Roberts, Jr.

A fly-fisher since age seven, George V. Roberts Jr. is the author of A Fly-Fisher's Guide to Saltwater Naturals and Their Imitation (Ragged Mountain Press/McGraw-Hill), which won the United Fly Tyers' Book of the Year Award for 1994. Roberts, who studied with Joan Wulff, arguably the most accomplished fly-casting instructor in the world, teaches fly-casting throughout the country to fly-fishers of all levels of experience. Editor of a number of angling books, Roberts's articles appear regularly in such magazines as Saltwater Fly Fishing, Fly Tyer, and On the Water.

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Author : George V. Roberts, Jr.
Publisher : McGraw Hill Higher Education
Data Published : 01 April 2002
ISBN : 007137972X
EAN : 9780071379724
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 176 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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