"When moving the rod forward parallel to the surface the rod tip will curve to the left, causing the leader and line end to follow the same curved path."
"Rebound is essential for making an overpowered curve."
We have read statements like those quoted above a lot of times. Is this what really happens?
This experiment shows that an overpowered curve in the end of the "line" doesn't need any counterflex or rebound in the rod to be made.
In fact the only condition needed is that when the loop gets straight there is some energy left in the line; the more energy left the more pronounced the effect.
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