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200gr practise for beginners OTG and Pendulum

Discussion in 'Casting' started by OLD CROC2, Jan 10, 2014.

  1. DeanMG

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    Thanks for uploading this John, I will put those techniques into practice!
     
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    If you use Gemini splashdown weights or solo clips, you can clip your bait down and cast OTG without any problem of the hook releasing.
     
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    Thank You for sharing the video , hopefully I can learn the Pendulum cast now
    just out of Curiosity how long is the rod that you are using please ?

    Simon
     
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    Nice smooth casting John. Thanks :)
     
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