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Considerations on line flight by Daniel le Breton

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Translation vs Rotation

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Fly Casting Math From the Archive

This is my answer to one of our Group members who is a big game salt water fly fishing expert (FFF CCI ) about to take the MCCI exam next month. (If you are interested in the original quiz and … Continue reading

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Figures for drag discussion

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How I Teach MCI Task 4 by Dayle Mazzarella

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Task 3 by Dayle Mazzarella with Video by Bill Wheeler

The article for preparing for task 3 can be found below. The accompanying video can be found at https://vimeo.com/196007308 Members will have received the password to view the video in the email notification. If you would like the password please contact me … Continue reading

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Professional Casting Instructor Workshop – January 21, 2017

Professional Casting Instructor Workshop (An opportunity to jump to another level.) Continuing Education Program under the auspices of the Casting Board of Governors / International Federation of Fly Fishers This is your invitation to join other Casting Instructors in an … Continue reading

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2017 MCI Test Prep Classes by Dayle Mazzarella

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Task 2 by Dayle Mazzarella

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“Hacks” by Bill Wheeler

A few more “hacks”, really more pieces of advice. The Master’s exam is more than just getting the tasks done, its about really excelling at casting and understanding what you are doing and how to teach it. 1. Use small … Continue reading

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