One of the greatest casters of all-time, Joan Wulff shares her secrets to becoming a successful flycaster for life. Progressing very quickly from basic introduction to advanced techniques, these new movies offer useful tips for anglers of all skill levels.



INTRODUCTION TO JOAN WULFF
Get to know Joan, her love of flyfishing and evolution as an angler and champion caster.
THE CASTING STROKE
The path your hand should follow in the execution of a cast, accelerating to a stop.
THE ROLL CAST
Using the forward roll cast effectively when there is no room to make a backward cast.
THE BASIC CAST
Lifting the fly line off the water and making a back cast, followed by a forward cast.
CREATING THE LOOP
The heart of the cast. Using the fly rod to create a "loop" and propel the fly line forward.
TIMING AND OTHER VARIABLES
Improving key components an effective cast: timing, stroke length, speed and power.



FALSE CASTING
Mechanics for making the ideal backward and forward casts without allowing the line to hit the water.
DRIFT
Tips for making the important follow-through move which fills the waiting time between the back cast and the forward cast.
DOUBLE HAULING
Advanced double-hauling techniques for generating added line speed and distanceenabling you to reach your full potential as an accomplished fly caster.
SHOOTING THE LINE
Methods for extending your casting distance by shooting the line forward or backward with a minimum of false casts.
MASTERING THE WIND
Techniques for adjusting your cast to handle any wind, and using wind to your advantage.
Produced by The R.L. Winston Rod Company, filmed by Todd Moen, and edited by Todd Moen and Dustin Ebsen.
Copyright © 2013 R.L. Winston Rod Company, Twin Bridges, Montana. All rights reserved.