FLY CASTING — FOUR Tips For Starting Out — Episode 1

In the starting episode to the Official Mad River Outfitters Fly Casting Series, Brian Flechsig gives you four simple steps to get started in fly casting.

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ORVIS — Fly Casting Lessons — Making An Accurate Roll Cast

Here’s the latest video in our series featuring Pete Kutzer of the Orvis Fly Fishing Schools, in which he demonstrates proper form for making an accurate roll cast. Two of the keys are to pause long enough to let your line form a D-loop behind you, and to keep your rod tip high at the end of the forward cast. These will help you put your flies right where you want them to be, even when there are obstacles behind you.

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ORVIS — Fly Casting Lessons — How To Teach Kids To Fly Cast

Teaching kids to cast a fly rod requires that you give them very simple instructions that are easy to follow. Here, Pete Kutzer of the Orvis Fly Fishing School in Manchester Vermont shows you his time-tested method to help kids learn how to cast a fly rod.

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ORVIS — Fly Casting Lessons — How To Make Your First Cast

ORVIS casting instructor Pete Kutzer shows you how to get your line on the water in order to make your first cast. Pete offers two options: a short bow-and-arrow cast or a roll cast. Each will get your line out in front of you, allowing you to then make a standard backcast and get your line out in the water and with some tension on it.

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ORVIS — Fly Casting Lessons — The Basic Fly Cast

This is fly casting at its most basic level and fundamentals. When learning how to cast, it’s important start with good habits. There are three keys to making good casts, beginning with a smooth acceleration, stopping the rod at the right time, and keeping the rod tip tracking in a straight line as you move it. See how ORVIS casting instructor Pete Kutzer explains and demonstrates these basic ideas of making a fly cast.

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