fly-casting

Related to fly-casting: Fly fishing

fly-cast·ing

(flī′kăs′tĭng)
n.
The activity of fishing by casting artificial flies using a fly rod.
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Over the years I have come second in the Australian fly-casting championships, been Welsh Pairs Fly-casting Champion, and Daily Fly-casting winner in this year's CLA Game fair - not to mention earning a living as a fly-casting instructor while living in Australia.
Experts will be on hand to give advice on trout, sea trout and salmon fishing, while qualified instructors will be giving fly-casting demonstrations at 10am, 12pm and 2pm.
Fly Casting Demos by AAPGAI Instructors as well as fly-casting clinics may well help to eradicate those casting gremlins.
There's entertainment for children, a fantastic main arena programme of events attractions throughout the day including music at the bandstand, a fly-casting demonstration, chainsaw carving and Punch and Judy.
You might want to book a trip or a fly-casting lesson with her.
Chris Green will be demonstrating his experience in wildfowling, pigeon shooting and the use of ferrets, while Derek Turner will be giving free fly-casting tuition.
Scotland's Countryside Festival September 3-4 Food demonstrations and bustling food hall, stunt horse riding, displays by Indian Runner Ducks, chaotic terrier racing, fly-casting, archery, as well as horse and hounds.
One company had her put together a fly-casting afternoon for its employees.
In the countryside care area, you can find out about hedge-laying and stone wall building, as well as tips on fly-casting and coracle fishing.
Try archery, fly-casting, air rifles and clay shooting.
One such man was fly-casting what is known in the trade as a double spey as we watched from the breakfast bar window.
Expo attendees could also find themselves learning about fly-casting or fly-fishing techniques from O'Keefe, who grew up in Portland but got exposed to "world class fly fishing" during summers spent in Montana with a grandfather.