Long distance beach casting tips – The Totally Awesome Fishing Show


The Totally Awesome Fishing Show hits the South Coast resort of Eastbourne – in an exclusive film on long distance beach casting. Shore fishing, has always b…

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    • Shaik Hafeez
    • November 10, 2013
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    horrible casting. his stance was unbalanced and he s dancing with the
    rod… he should take come casting lessons at the local casting club.

    • chrishenderson1983
    • November 10, 2013
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    you should have used a good caster to give a casting demo. sorry but tonys
    casting is awful.

    • snatcher39
    • November 10, 2013
    Reply

    That is awful

    • Greg Cooper
    • November 10, 2013
    Reply

    And an auto level wind adds friction to the cast.

    • Greg Cooper
    • November 10, 2013
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    The sturgeon fishermen on the Columbia river cast further with less effort.

    • LLuE88
    • November 10, 2013
    Reply

    Long casting for those along Texas coast to central Texas, Nick Meyer is
    the man on the Texas coast, Corpus Christy or Port Aransas? area is where
    he has been, stilll is ? not sure, he had quite a group developed, fishing
    events, competition events, state out door events. they share ideas,
    equipment infirmation, places where the long casters can go, especially for
    safety concerns, I went with them a few times, regards,

    • Daniel formston
    • November 10, 2013
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    Good video. Im off tomorrow for my first time beach casting. Shame to see
    the negative comments. These are the people I worry about seeing out there
    that may put me off fishing. Trying something new is hard enough. Thanks to
    TAF I have some confidence. Thanks Guys

    • matt mitchell
    • November 10, 2013
    Reply

    I,am not doubting you as professionals or on the quality of your
    video…..but…..that pendulum cast was dangerous…….i,am so surprised
    that lead didnt fly off and smash some poor passerby in the face, why the
    hell he stepped UNDER the rod while the lead was on its final back swing
    and looked like he was dancing with the rod i never will
    know…………..his whole body position was at an odd angle, the out
    swing was ok but then it all went pete tong on the back swing!!

    • TAFishing
    • November 10, 2013
    Reply

    Only if you have a deep spool, then back it up with cheaper mono.Most new
    beach reels now have a second shallow spool just for braid, for finer
    diameter lines.

    • Martinio567
    • November 10, 2013
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    Would you guys say it’s necessary to use a mono backing when loading braid
    onto a fixed spool, or is there no need?

    • TAFishing
    • November 10, 2013
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    I use my stronger arm on the reel and put the weaker arm to pull down on
    the butt. Others may vary.

    • TAFishing
    • November 10, 2013
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    Not that I know of. Just practise, though you could try casting clubs.

    • Martinio567
    • November 10, 2013
    Reply

    I think the timing of the release of the line is the difficult thing, Are
    there any videos or tips to getting that timing right?

    • Yorkshire Wizard
    • November 10, 2013
    Reply

    I think it says in one of the”Beach fishing tips” with Tony explaining rod
    & reels? Great Vids many thanks.

    • Paul Coates
    • November 10, 2013
    Reply

    Is Tony left or right handed? Should you have your left hand on the
    multiplier when casting if you’re right handed?

    • TAFishing
    • November 10, 2013
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    Never heard of that braid make so cannot comment. Braid will usually cast
    longer than mono,but can have more problems. Still use a shock leader if
    you use braid though.

    • shane mccarthy
    • November 10, 2013
    Reply

    would a beach cast and targo braid line give you a far cast if your fishing
    off a pier?

    • TAFishing
    • November 10, 2013
    Reply

    Can’t remember. It might say in the film. Check it out again.

    • fester Adams
    • November 10, 2013
    Reply

    What rod and reel is Chris using. I’m thinking of going down this route

    • Reece Maddison
    • November 10, 2013
    Reply

    omg how far can he throw

    • TAFishing
    • November 10, 2013
    Reply

    I suppose you could but with the increased pressure you should wear a
    finger stall(from chemist’s shop) to stop the line cutting your finger.
    Keep well away from other people when doing it, and always have at least
    60lb shock leader.

    • Anthony Dudley
    • November 10, 2013
    Reply

    can you effectively use the pendulum cast with a spin reel or even an
    alvey?

    • sam sonite
    • November 10, 2013
    Reply

    I like your videos, I have a quick tip. For the new comers like myself or
    others if they aren’t familiar with the technique they can probably test it
    out with a stuff animal or something soft tied on the end of the line and
    practice out in a open space like a park or something. This technique is
    really AWESOME!

    • Alfie Ianni
    • November 10, 2013
    Reply

    ma ke lanci sono ?? ” fanno cagare

    • trigger b
    • November 10, 2013
    Reply

    You should shut the fuck up troll dog

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