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Rio Modern Spey Casting DVD

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RIO Modern Spey Casting DVD

The RIO Modern Spey Casting DVD is the most comprehensive film on spey casting ever made. This three disc DVD features members of RIO's team of experts such as: George Cook, Simon Gawesworth, Mike McCune, Scott O'Donnell, Dana Sturn and Ed Ward. This film teaches you how to recognize and avoid the most common faults in spey casting. The outstanding bio-kinetic footage allows you to study the hand, arm and body movements involved in each cast to achieve maximum performance. This comprehensive DVD has clear, concise instructions from the very basics of spey casting for beginners to top tips for advanced casters. The Rio Modern Spey Casting DVD also features information on sinking line methods, single handed techniques and saltwater spey casting.

Casting methods covered include:
  • Single & Double Spey
  • Switch Cast
  • Roll Cast
  • Snake Roll
  • Circle Spey
  • Snap T
  • Snap Z
  • Wombat Cast
  • Underhand Cast
  • Spiral & Spiral Double Spey
  • Jelly Roll
  • Perry Poke
  • Skagit Casting
This complete DVD covers everything you need to know about spey casting.

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