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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Participants will learn fundamental fly-casting skills, including the basics needed to enjoy a successful fly fishing outing.
Three fly-casting demos are planned, at 10am, 12pm and 2pm.
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.
Fly Casting Demos by AAPGAI Instructors as well as fly-casting clinics may well help to eradicate those casting gremlins.
Maybe your boat doesn't have the space for the kinds of teaser bait array decribed by Fawcett, but if you have a big livewell, it's fairly simple to bring sailfish into fly-casting range by tossing a few live pilchards astern every minute or two.
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.