Friday, July 1, 2011
This often frustrating problem occurs to often for most casters and can really spoil a fun time fishing. If this happens to you a few simple steps will help solve this problem. Stoke the back cast more gently. Remember a smooth back cast will almost always help for a smooth forward cast. You must allow the fly line time to almost straighten out in the back cast completely before making the forward cast. So focus on a smoother back cast with the line almost completely straightening out and you will only hear the swoosh of the line instead of a snap...crack.