The Best Spey Glossary We've Ever Seen

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Sometimes the classics do it best. This glossary chapter by RIO is a must-watch for experienced and aspiring Spey casters. Sign up to become a member and gain full access to this three part series by RIO and Simon Gawesworth. Watch parts onetwo and three, available only to Anchored members. This series is said to be the most comprehensive film on spey casting techniques ever made. It covers the classic Single Spey, Double Spey, Switch cast and Roll cast, and also the modern spey casts such as the Snake Roll, Circle Spey, Snap T, Snap Z, Wombat cast, Underhand cast, Spiral Spey, Spiral Double Spey, Jelly Roll, Perry Poke and Skagit casting.

Episode #: 8 (click to listen)
Duration: 1hr 22 min
Topics Discussed: His upbringing, fly lines, and fly casting.
Buy Simon’s Books and DVD’s: RIO’S Modern Spey Casting DVD, Spey CastingSingle-Handed Spey Casting: Solutions to Casts, Obstructions, Tight Spots, and Other Casting Challenges of Real-Life Fishing
Bio: Simon Gawesworth is originally from England. He came to America for RIO Products, where he eventually became the company’s marketing manager. Simon is the face behind RIO’s Modern Spey Casting DVD, the author of two successful spey casting books, and a world-class instructor renowned for his proficient teaching style and casting ability.

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