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Thoughts on casting technique

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The reason I bring it up is because he is trying to act as an authority on the subject.  Comparing and judging reels based on distance.

I've mentioned to him that he should attempt to lengthen his casting stroke and incorporate more of a push pull which would allow for more distance.  And a more progressive stroke will allow him to load more than just the tip 6" of the rod.  With less effort..Plus all the benefits that come along with a smoother casting stroke.

 

He also claims to be able to  overpower magnetic brakes using bass gear and lures...Which is a new concept to me.

 

What would your casting critique be based on the chesty go pro footage.

 

 

 

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