THE CAST: THEORIES AND APPLICATIONS FOR MORE EFFECTIVE TECHNIQUES. By Ed Jaworowski. With a foreword and photography by Lefty Kreh.
FLYCASTING HANDBOOK. By Peter Mackenzie-Philps.
1991 1st edition. 4to (198 x 265mm). Pp159. B/w photographs, line illustrations. Green boards, spine instructions on the most successful forms of casting, for both single and double-handed rods. How to adapt to wind conditions and the advantage of different types of line are explained, allowing the reader to select and use effortlessly the right cast for any situation. Included are chapters on common casting faults and their cure, with key chapters on tackle tactics and competition casting, both for distance and accuract. The author's step-by-step directions are accompanied by over a hundred specially-commissioned photograph which show casting sequences as he describes them". One of the better books on casting. Chapters include: Setting the scene; The grip; The stance; The overhead cast with a trout rod; The overhead cast - wind from the right; The overhead cast - into the wind; The overhead cast - casting a little farther; The overhead cast - casting a lot farther; The overhead cast - the ultimate in distance; The overhead cast - faults and their cure; The slack line cast; The reach cast; The steeple cast; The side cast; The curve cast; The roll cast; Changing direction; The double-handed rod; The double-spey cast; The single-spey cast; Salmon on a shooting head; After the line has landed; Loop control; Fly lines; In conclusion.
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|ISBN||0706369572 / 0706369572.|
|Book Description||Very good in slightly used dust-wrapper.|