Tip of the Day: Managing “Over Hang” When Spey Casting

Northwest sales representative for Sage, Rio and Redington George Cook discusses and demonstrates tactics related to “over hang” when two handed casting. Conditions often dictate how the spey caster deals with his or her spey head, and the distance it is in or out of the rod tip. George goes into detail in the video below.

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One Response to Tip of the Day: Managing “Over Hang” When Spey Casting

  1. Schmoopie Spey says:

    you guys should consider getting a lavalier mic set-up so that you can still hear ol’ Georgie, even when the camera isn’t pointed right at him. Just a thought.

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