2 Ways To Increase Your Casting Distance To Catch More Fish
Does casting distance really matter?
The angler that casts the farthest will catch more fish…
Check out this new video to learn 2 quick tips that will easily increase your casting distance!
How To Increase Your Casting Distance [VIDEO]
There are two simple and easy ways to maximize your inshore spinning gear to cast farther.
This is so important because you need to cover ground.
First, go with a lighter line.
I use 10# braid for snook, speckled trout, and redfish.
The strength contest between 10# braided line and 20# braided line proved that the strength isn’t much different but the casting distance is!
In fact, the 10# line casts 20% farther which equates to a football field of extra distance for every 15 to 20 casts.
A FOOTBALL FIELD!
And there’s not anything better you can do to increase your chances to catch more fish than to cover more water.
Secondly, manage the gap from the edge of your reel to your line.
The smaller the gap, the farther you can cast because the line has less distance to travel.
But don’t spool on too much line because you’ll have increased odds of getting wind knots.
There’s a fine line between too much and too little line and 1/16 of an inch is the perfect gap!
Here’s what I used for this video:
Covering ground is the most important thing you can do to increase your chances of catching redfish, snook, speckled trout, and flounder.
And increasing your casting distance will help you cover more ground!
Do you have any other tips on how to increase casting distance?
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