Who would have thought that I would be stumped trying to write about my two most involved and time consuming activities? I mean, lets face it, I live and breath fly-fishing and nature photography. If I’m not talking about it or actually out there taking part then I must be trying to do the business side of things, you know, the boring stuff like bookkeeping and collecting payments and generally cleaning up.
When I suffer from writers block a typical thing for me to do is to just start writing and usually thoughts start to flow. For now my mind drifts back to fly-fishing and, in particular, fly-casting. The many elements of fly-casting have always intrigued me, where the simple mechanics and personal style blend to create effortless casts towards the depths of rivers and lakes in hopes of connecting with a large trout, steelhead or salmon. For the upcoming blog posts I have decided to focus on the fly cast, I plan to dissect the basic mechanics and hopefully provide some helpful tips that will improve your fly cast too! Stay tuned, first off will be “Fly Casting – Single Hand Rods Versus Double Hand Rods“.
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