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Really useful skill if you are a co-angler on the back deck.

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I just cast with both arms now; took a few months to not feel "weird". I'm equally proficient in both except for skipping, I can only skip accurately with my right arm.

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4 hours ago, J Francho said:

Really useful skill if you are a co-angler on the back deck.

And in many other situations. Having an accurate back hand really helps you work around cover and reach tight spots. 

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Love this cast! I call it a roll cast - mainly because I usually put a distinctive roll on the bait using the rod tip.

Can't do this using a "broomstick"!

 

Can really appreciate a good match of lure weight and rod action. Distance, accuracy, and comfort. Nice break from those more typical "hard charging" casting styles.

 

Karl

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If you don't switch hands it looks like a sidearm cast.

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