Single hand Trout Spey :
Learning to Spey cast
Once you have your gear, the fun part starts - learning to use it.
The recommended path is to begin with a roll cast, transition to a switch cast, then learn the double Spey and snap-T or circle Spey and finally the snake roll.
There are a number of good videos out there, and I would recommend Simon Gawesworth’s - he’s also published an excellent book on single hand Spey casting.
Alternatively, consider hiring a casting instructor to speed up your journey.
Single hand Trout Spey : Getting started with a 9 ft 5wt rod
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What is Trout Spey
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Single Hand Skagit - Science behind the magic
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