1. Alex Jardine sharing his experience with the Fario CRS

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    Watch Guideline Power Team Member Alex Jardine fish and talk about Guideline Fario CRS trout rods. Filmed and edited by Matt Hayes. Read the full story on our blog: https://guidelineflyfish.wordpress.com/2015/03/26/fario-crs-talk-with-alex-jardine/

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    • Troubleshooting this Cast

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      Here we see a slight tailing tendency, can you point out its cause? Some comments here: https://onemorelastcast.wordpress.com/2015/03/19/a-little-exercise/

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      • Single Handed Spey Training

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        Training with the Barrio SLX spey line, a very nice one indeed. I can't say the same of my technique. Thanks to the high speed camera I now know what to focus on in tomorrow's casting session.

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        • measured tip deflection and tip speed with no deceleration from holder

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          This video shows the deflection and tip speed values measured when no deceleration was applied with the holder. With no deceleration from the holder the unloading time from MRF to RSP1 was .110 sec and the time to go from MRF to MCF was .143 sec. The maximum tip speed in this case was 28.9 m/s. The tip path produced with forced deceleration was somewhat convex and produced a loop diameter of 1.5 m. as the loop was going out of the frame of the video.

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          • measured tip deflection and tip speed with deceleration from holder

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            from Gordon Judd / Added

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            This shows the measured perpendicular tip deflection and tip speed in a forward cast when deceleration was applied by the holder. With the forced deceleration the unloading time from MRF to RSP1 was .090 sec and the time to go from MRF to MCF was .153 sec. The maximum tip speed in this case was 24.7 m/s. The tip path produced with forced deceleration was somewhat convex and produced a loop diameter of .6m. as the loop was going out of frame.

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            • Self unloading of rod with no deceleration from holder

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              The band was released at the start of the cast so that no reverse torque was applied to stop the rod. With no deceleration of the butt of the rod, it continues to rotate forward after RSP1 and thus the wide loop that was initially formed at MCF gets pulled even wider as the tip of the rod rotates to the ground. This shows the tip path produced with only self deceleration of the rod is very convex and the unloading time from MRF to RSP1 is longer than it would otherwise be with a forced deceleration of the rod.

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              • loop formed with deceleration from holder

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                This shows the unloaded of the rod when the holder applied a reverse torque to stop the rod and form a normal loop.

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                • Italian Style Fly Casting Practice - Urban landscape

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                  A short video of some practice of two of the Italian casts for casting under bushes

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                  • Great Day-Final Cut

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                    Practice makes perfect. Nice day for it. Camera is I phone 5s set on regular speed mounted to a Joby tripod at my feet. I shot this in one take, nothing is cut, merely sped up once, (I reel up about ten feet of RL) then slowed down. Casting geek perspective, the hands and feet are way more important anyways. I doubt I could rip that many good casts in a row in one take easily again. For the geeks out there, the rod flex is kinda mind blowing to me. At normal speed it is almost impossible to see it flex the way it does. The weight shifting is key! Watch my feet. When casting the core is really a big key to making it easy to throw powerful casts without working hard. My core i where the power comes from, not my arms.

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                    • Tailing Loop and Concave Path

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                      How concave must a rod tip path be to get a big tailing loop? Some ideas at https://onemorelastcast.wordpress.com/2015/02/22/mysterious-creature-rides-again-2/

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