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What’s the most important cast for clients wanting to learn how to fish saltwater?

Capt. Joel Dickey: The most important cast would be the double haul. This cast allows you to create greater line speed which is needed in most situations in the salt. Most days on the salt have a 10-15 knot wind blowing and the extra lines speed is extremely important to making presentations in these conditions.






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