A fly casting tip from FISH BONES, Guided Fly Fishing in the Cayman Islands. This tip will help improve your double-haul and thereby allow you to better deal with the wind... as well as get a little more distance on your casts.
Fly casting in windy conditions is all about keeping the line tight so the wind can't take control of it. Developing a good double-haul is key to this and will help you cast into the wind with less effort and more control
Inspired by our love of teaching and the huge influx of first-time bonefishers we have as guests, we decided to put together a few simple tips to help improve your chances for success on the flats.
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