Joan has a spectacular teaching style that really comes to life in this book.
Now, with Joan Wulff’s New Fly Casting Techniques, Joan brings her pioneering set of casting mechanics to a new audience, offering precise descriptive terms for every part of the cast. Joan has a spectacular teaching style that really comes to life in this book. but incredibly informative and worth watching with a notebook.
Joan Wulff is the first instructor to unravel the mystery of fly casting to the point of pioneering a set of mechanics. These were presented in her book, Fly Casting Techniques (1987). She is also the author of Joan Wulff's Fly Fishing: Expert Advice from a Woman's Perspective (1991), and Fly Casting Accuracy (1997). Her fly casting column appears in FLY ROD & REEL magazine. Библиографические данные. Joan Wulff's New Fly-Casting Techniques.
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A richly illustrated guide that offers precise terms for every part of the cast, with sections on line speed, improving accuracy and distance, loop control, and much more. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate. Lifestyle & Sports.
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Joan Salvato Wulff, also known as the "First Lady of Fly Fishing", is widely regarded as the architect of modern-day fly-casting mechanics and is revered within the sport for her pioneering and many accomplishments. Since learning to cast as a schoolgirl in 1937, she has left a legacy for new generations of fly anglers and taught countless people the art of fly-casting through the school she founded and books she has written.
JOAN SALVATO WULFF needs no introduction, but I can’t resist pointing out that in 1960 she cast 161 feet with a fly outfit. My guess is that Wulff could cast 80 feet in her sleep and not even remember it in the morning. That’s a whole standard trout line, plus a 9-foot leader, plus like 20 yards-yards-of running line. And she did it with bamboo. Most good anglers with modern equipment would be pretty pleased to cast half that distance. Which is to say that you’re in good hands here. It has to be said at the outset that it’s not easy to learn to cast from a book
Joan Wulff's Fly Casting Techniques. It' was a wonderful, wonderful world. I like very much Mrs. Joan Wulff. She was a master of fly casting and has been deepened by meet Lee Wulf.
Joan Wulff's Fly Casting Techniques. Francis W. Davis, Joan Wulff. Jack Samson, Joan Wulff. In this book, she is talking about everything of fly casting, so easily for novice with perfect theories. I specially impressed at section for handicapped person. I have never seen like that in any casting books. It was little short, but enough to make her thoughtfull person