From David Mayl, via Midcurrent
We’re fly fishing, not casting. Fish every cast.
Just today I had this conversation with a client. He hadn’t fished in a year and was rusty. His casts were less than perfect but probably better than most. Again and again, he’d pick up a perfectly fishable cast that he didn’t think was good enough. There is no such thing as a bad cast on my boat. If that fly hits the water you’re fishing, so make the most of it. “Fish that cast” has become my mantra (I have many) when I’m on the oars. What you may think is a horrible cast probably was–I don’t mind saying that I’m a terrible caster, by the way—but the fly is in the water and that’s where the fish are. So leave it and start fishing. I think a problem with folks sometimes (and again, me included) is we spend way too much time re-casting a perfectly good and fishable presentation because of what we thought of our cast.
Roadrunner Park, 8:30 am,
Great turnout this last Wednesday. 9 anglers, 3 new members actually participated.
Come out and join in the fun. Still planning on the 8:30 start.
This is not an AFC sanctioned event, just a bunch of anglers (or Flycasters) practicing casting skills. Participate at your own risk.
Periodically Fishing Buddies organizes weekly meet-up at various venues.
Weekly Casting Practice Meet-up
Wednesdays, though-out the summer
(open to the public)
The time in April has been 10:30, however this schedule will change as summer heat move in on us.
We meet on the north side of the lake. Typically has been 4 to 6 people, but hopefully this will expand. So come on out and refine you casting skills. If you are a beginner or old pro just want to keep you skills tuned come on out. Member of AFC, interested in learning Fly Fishing or just want a test drive, come on out.
In addition other social meet-up events may be scheduled. If you are interested in being notified via email fill out the form below and I will send reminders for time, place and date (if could be a moving target over the summer, check event schedule before attending).
Drop me an email at email@example.com