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Fly-fishing: Spey casting has many advantages

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The rise of Spey fishing is generating new interest in making Spey casts with single-handed rods. After all, being able to cast without a back cast opens up a lot of new fishing possibilities. Spey fishing, of course, is generally a two-handed affair, employing rods up to 15 feet long and making long casts on large rivers for big fish. Spey fishers don’t need to fling their line behind them before making a forward cast; ...

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