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    Advaced Spey anglers can lean the finer points of casting, cutting, and configuring shooting heads and skagit belly fly lines as they relate to switch rods. You will see five basic casts that come into play with these specific lines. Included are the Switch Cast, Snake Roll Cast, Change of Direction Cast, Circle Cast, and Double Spey Cast. John and Amy Hazel, are exceptional anglers, casters, and ambassadors of Spey Casting and Fishing in the Northwest. They have introduced thousands to the sport, and John is a pioneer of Spey Casting and Fishing in the United States. They give you specific lesson on just how to match these lines to your rod. You will see how to measure, cut, and assemble lines and leaders fore both shooting head and Skagit belly fly lines.

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    • SPEY FISHING STEELHEAD with John Hazel - Trailer VOD


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      Get a taste how to spey fish steelhead from professional guide and instructor John Hazel in this video trailer. In the complete video John demonstrates the gear and tactics you need to master to be successful at this thrilling endeavor. John shows you where to find steelhead in a stream, how to read the water, and what techniques work best in various situations. John demonstrates dry line, sub-surface, and sinking line methods on a variety of water types. John Hazel is one of the pioneers of spey fishing in the United States. Along with a handful of other Northwestern anglers John has helped teach spey fishing to thousands. Along with his wife, Amy, the Hazels run the Deschutes Angler Fly Shop in Maupin, Oregon.

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      • The Fish Bowl--Steelhead Edition


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        Many steelheading rivers run off color making the approach less important. This is definitely not one of those places. http://flyfishingfantasies.com/

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