Category Archives: Fly Casting Physics

This category is for articles about the physics or mechanics of fly casting.

Action and Feel by Daniel le Breton

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Fly Rod Performance and Action by Daniel le Breton

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Myth busting – Rod Action and Leverage by Daniel le Breton

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Physics Again – by Daniel le Breton

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Overloading by Daniel le Breton

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Physics of Overhead Fly Casting by Daniel le Breton

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Rod Harmonics by Daniel le Breton

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Rod Fit for a Given Task by Daniel le Breton

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Energy Budget of the Cast by Daniel le Breton. Illustrations by John Symonds

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Rod Loading by Daniel le Breton

As promised, here is Daniel le Breton’s latest paper on rod loading. I’ve added an addendum which contains results of a simulation to act as an example of how rod loading and rod selection can affect the cast. (Note that … Continue reading

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