To begin, Field carefully lays out the essentials for getting ready, like assembling an outfit, and caring for your tackle. Next, he shows the simplest but most efficient way to start casting and practicing for results. Once you can make the basic cast, the next chapters provide the steps to achieve casting accuracy and distance. Whether learning to fly fish in fresh or saltwater, Field's expertise is sure to have you casting like a pro before you know it.
With expert instructions, accompanying diagrams and fun drills, The ACA's Beginner's Guide to Fly Casting will help the next generation of flyfishers participate in this wonderful sport.
SubtitleFeaturing the Twelve Casts You Need to Know
AuthorBy John L. Field
Published3 July 2018
Dimensions7.00 x 10.00in.
Illustrationscolor illustrations throughout.
About the author
John L. Field is an IFFF Certified Master Casting Instructor. He is past president of the American Casting Association and past-president of the New York City Chapter of Trout Unlimited. Field is the author of Fly-Casting Finesse: A Complete Guide to Improving All Aspects of Your Casting. His writing and photography has been published in Fly Fisherman,, In-Fisherman, North American Fisherman, Canadian Sportfishing, and Chevy Outdoors magazines. John filmed and coproduced Hunt for Big Fish, which aired on ESPN and other cable networks. Field lives with his family in Weston, Connecticut.