What I’m going to talk about today is the fact that rarely is being able to cast a long distance better or more important than being able to cast accurately. Accuracy is more important nine times out of ten.
It’s exactly the same thing that NASCAR drivers learn when they’re trying to avoid a crash or avoid running into a wall. And that is to never look where you don’t want to go, look at the safe route. When you’re making a cast, look specifically where you want your bait to land. Where you look is where your bait’s gonna end up. Nine times out of ten, that’s where it’s going to be.
Happy Fish’n,Gord “The Doc” Pyzer