FFF Instructor, Captain Chris Myers illustrates how to bring your fly to life in still water. When you’re not in running water, it takes a bit more finesse to make your fly look alive and enticing. Watch today’s video to see how Chris maintains control of his line and makes it tempting.
Captain Chris Myers shows how to do a proper casting with spinning rods to help you “unlearn” your bad habits. Why you should let the rod show you how to cast based on its design. Proper hand placement and the sidearm or overhead casting techniques. Chris also shows us exactly how NOT to cast and why you can lose a fish based on poor casting technique.
Captain Chris Myers discusses the Art of the Fly Cast Pick Up to allow you to have a lot better cast when you deliver it to your fish. Chris walks you through step by step how he sets up his cast and keeps the fish guessing.
Captain Chris Myers talks about the two most common things that anglers do that cause wind knots and how to prevent losing $5 of line every time you get a few knots.
In today’s video, Captain Chris Myers demonstrates what a proper cast should look like. Stressing the basics, this video is a great primer for young folks just starting out and practicing their casting.
In today’s video, Captain Chris Myers demonstrates how to make a short cast. This technique is beneficial when near a dock, lily pads, a tree stump, brush or when you don’t have room to make a overhead cast.
“If you are not using braided fishing lines, you are like the guy who is using a typewriter instead of a computer,” says Captain Chris Myers. In this video, he discusses the advantages of using braided fishing lines. One advantage is that it detects bites better. In addition, he explains how you can stop getting wind knots, a disadvantage of using braided fishing lines.
Captain Chris Myers, an FFF certified casting instructor, shows you how to avoid hooking yourself in windy conditions. No need to cast across your body. Switching your position and working with the wind instead of against it is key. With this simple technique you can cast safely with the wind.
Captian Chris Myers, certified FFF instructor, will tell you the five principles of fly fishing. Making a good cast is crucial to fly fishing. Chris goes over the principles of rod path, acceleration, line slack, short and long casts. His expert tips will have you casting like a pro.
Whether you prefer fishing right or left handed, Chris Myers will show you how to set up and use your rod in a way that suits your needs. From switching your reel from one side to the other to why using your dominant hand to reel in your fish, Chris will show you how.
In today’s video, Captain Chris Myers takes you step by step, showing you proper casting techniques. Altering pace, cast distance and motion brings your fly to “life” and will help you catch more fish.
FFF Instructor, Captain Chris Myers injects a little humor into the proper way to grip the Fly Fishing Rod. In today’s video, Chris takes you step by step through why you should learn proper fly rod grips. A good universal “thumb of top” grip can help you cast better and more comfortably than ever before. Whether your are using a light or heavy weight rod, watch this video to improve how you grip the rod.