S2:E43 Casting Upstream or Downstream?

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Casting upstream is the default mode for newer fly fishers. It’s how we are taught: stand in the river or on the bank near the bottom of the run, and cast upstream. And then mend your line as it drifts in the current. That’s certainly one approach. But there are other ways to catch fish than just casting upstream.

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Do you default to casting upstream when you fly fish? What are some situations in which you like to cast downstream?

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