This week’s RIO Fly Fishing Tip shows how to learn a very useful cast called the Tuck Cast, aka the Nymph Pitch Cast. This cast is designed to make a fly land heavily on the water to quickly penetrate the surface film and sink. It also creates slack at the end of the line allowing the fly to sink before any drag hits it.
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