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Trout & Salmon Magazine June 2017 Back Issue

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15 Reviews   •  English   •   Sport (Fishing & Angling)
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CATCH THE SUMMER RISERS
Increasingly popular, the Snap C is a sustained-anchor cast, similar to the
Snap T and Circle C, where the D-loop is formed upstream of the fishing position. It’s easy to execute and very useful when faced with an upstream wind. The angler begins the cast by lifting the line diagonally upstream from the dangle. As the rod passes in front of the angler, the tip is brought back under the path of the fly-line in an accelerating C-shaped movement (hence the cast’s name). This has the effect of flipping the fly-line upriver. If the “snap” is applied correctly, the line will lie on the water pointing upstream and the rod tip will point downstream. The caster then sweeps the rod back upstream in a diagonal climbing path to form the energy-filled D-loop before the forward delivery. In this issue, we show you how to overcome a tricky upstream wind with this simple, safe and controllable cast.
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June 2017 CATCH THE SUMMER RISERS Increasingly popular, the Snap C is a sustained-anchor cast, similar to the Snap T and Circle C, where the D-loop is formed upstream of the fishing position. It’s easy to execute and very useful when faced with an upstream wind. The angler begins the cast by lifting the line diagonally upstream from the dangle. As the rod passes in front of the angler, the tip is brought back under the path of the fly-line in an accelerating C-shaped movement (hence the cast’s name). This has the effect of flipping the fly-line upriver. If the “snap” is applied correctly, the line will lie on the water pointing upstream and the rod tip will point downstream. The caster then sweeps the rod back upstream in a diagonal climbing path to form the energy-filled D-loop before the forward delivery. In this issue, we show you how to overcome a tricky upstream wind with this simple, safe and controllable cast.


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CATCH THE SUMMER RISERS
Increasingly popular, the Snap C is a sustained-anchor cast, similar to the
Snap T and Circle C, where the D-loop is formed upstream of the fishing position. It’s easy to execute and very useful when faced with an upstream wind. The angler begins the cast by lifting the line diagonally upstream from the dangle. As the rod passes in front of the angler, the tip is brought back under the path of the fly-line in an accelerating C-shaped movement (hence the cast’s name). This has the effect of flipping the fly-line upriver. If the “snap” is applied correctly, the line will lie on the water pointing upstream and the rod tip will point downstream. The caster then sweeps the rod back upstream in a diagonal climbing path to form the energy-filled D-loop before the forward delivery. In this issue, we show you how to overcome a tricky upstream wind with this simple, safe and controllable cast.
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