Fishing and casting with a two-handed rod is not only relaxed, but also very effective! In this video we show you what casts you need to fish successfully on the Mörrum or other medium-sized Salmon rivers.
Spey casting - or 'underhand casting' - depends not only on a harmonious combination of rod and line/shooting head, but also on timing and the right technique. Especially the anchor, the so-called D-loop, plays an important role here. It ensures that your rod is loaded properly, the same when roll casting with a single-handed rod. Wether you decide to cast precisely and discreetly in Scandi style or move bushy Salmon flies and heavy sink tips with a Skagit setup.
In this video Paulo Hoffmann explains which Scandi style casts you should have in your repertoire and introduces you to the differences between the Single Spey and the Double Spey on the banks of the Mörrum in southern Sweden. Have fun watching and casting and fishing with your double-handed rod.