WFS 233 - Perfecting Your Fly Cast with Ed Jaworowski - 3 Principles for Any Fly Casting Situation


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Ed Jaworowski is here to break down the 3 principles to perfecting your fly cast. This podcast is loaded with the step x steps to becoming a great fly caster and easy to implement changes to make this week.

We hear about the analogy between a golf swing and a fly cast and why the critical angle is a major piece to the puzzle. Ed breaks it all down today and I guarantee that your cast will be improved after this one.

Show Notes with Ed Jaworowski

- I noted the Tim Rawlins episode #27 where Tim cover spey casting tips.

- Rick Pope was on the podcast in episode #157 and is the founder of TFO.

- Steve Javie was one of the best NBA referees for years and is Ed's cousin. Javie changed their last name from Jaworowski. Here's Javie wired:

- We Talking about Practice with Allen Iverson

- The paint brush analogy from Lefty Kreh is about acceleration. Here's one of Lefty's books on casting.

- Jake Jordan created a way to land marlin using a strategy similar to the 180 degree principle that Ed talks about.

- Joan Wulff was on the podcast in episode 100 and talked about he double haul and even gave me some relationship tips towards the end!

- Hugh Falkus worked with Ed out of europe on spey

- The Cast was Ed's first book

- Judith Snell from Stackpole publishing

- The Complete Cast DVD with Lefty and Ed on TFO web

-Ed Jaworowsk on getting a tight loop

Conclusion on Perfecting the Fly Cast

We discover the 3 principles to improve your fly cast today and why efficiency is the key to getting better at your fly casting craft. Ed shares why you should make the forward before you line is straight behind you. This is huge.

The cast is one continuous speedup to a complete stop. There is no follow through in a fly cast. Ed shares a tip on a tight loop which can be accomplished through the start slow and faster and faster to a complete stop.

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