Welcome to Winston’s new 10-episode online HD flycasting instructional video series, “One on One with Joan Wulff.” Here, Joan shares her secrets to becoming a successful flycaster for life. Progressing very quickly from basic introduction to advanced flycasting techniques, these new movies offer useful tips for anglers of all skill levels.


The full collection of the One on One with Joan Wulff instructional flycasting series in HD, including the second installment of the final five more advanced videos, are now all available for viewing immediately on your computer - and will also play beautifully on your mobile device in HD if you happen to need a refresher when you are away from home, on the river, or while you are practicing your casting in the park.


“With this new 10-part online instruction series from Winston, I am excited that our expanding technological world will allow anglers, of all skill levels, to access instructional help from wherever they may be”. Joan Wulff, Winston Pro Staff Advisory Team


About Joan Wulff...


Joan Wulff, a member of Winston’s Pro Staff Advisory Team, is one of the greatest fly casters of all time. She has won several fly casting competitions against both men and women, was a National Casting Champion spanning more than two decades and is one of the world's most accomplished flycasting instructors. Joan is a celebrated author, columnist and founder of the Wulff School of Fly Fishing on the Beaverkill River in New York State. She has fished extensively all over the world in saltwater and in freshwater with Winston rods, including the popular Joan Wulff Favorites.


We hope you enjoy these new movies and that they add to a lifetime of casting and angling success!

Introduction to Joan Wulff and Episodes 1-5:
Introduction to Joan Wulff
Getting to know Joan. Joan talks about her love of flyfishing and evolution as an angler and champion flycaster.
The Casting Stroke
The proper path your hand should follow in the successful execution of the 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
The technique for lifting the fly line off the water and making a back cast, followed by a forward cast.
Creating the Loop
The heart of the flycast. How to use the fly rod to create a "loop" and propel the fly line forward.
Timing and Other Variables
Techniques for improving four key components of an effective cast: timing, stroke length, speed and power.
Episodes 6-10 (more advanced):
"Now that you have the foundation of good fly casting on which to build, you can embrace these more advanced techniques to handle the challenges of any fishing situation!"
Joan Wulff, Winston Pro Advisor
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 distance enabling 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.