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EZ Back Cast Float Product Info

Precision and accuracy are key

Whether it's Caddis hatches on the Arkansas River, Coastal Sea Trout in Scandinavia or Big Browns at Dever Springs the back cast is key to a precise and accurate cast.

Room for a Good Back Cast?

One common challenge that anglers face is limited back casting space such as tight streams or overgrown trees on lakes. In these situations, it is crucial to have a fly line designed to overcome those challenges. Your casting technique may involve using a shorter stroke or utilizing roll casts to effectively present your fly. The EZ Back Cast takes care of this with it's quick loading taper.

Another important factor in achieving a successful back cast is proper rod loading,  the amount of energy stored in the rod during the back cast, which is released during the forward cast. By loading the rod correctly, you can generate more power and achieve greater distance and accuracy in your casts. 

The EZ Back Cast has an advanced taper design to transfer the power of the back cast into a long, straight, delicate forward cast that simply slices through wind.

Does it Really Make me a Better Caster?

The Overhang Marker® can greatly improve your casting technique by determining the correct amount of overhang, which is the length of the running line beyond the rod tip during the casting stroke. By using this tool, anglers can easily identify the loading point, which is the point at which the rod is loaded with energy and ready to deliver the fly.

Accuracy & Control

One of the main advantages of using the Overhang Marker® is that it provides a visual reference for anglers. The loading point is marked with a yellow section on the fly line, making it easy to identify and adjust accordingly resulting in more accurate and controlled casts.

Straight, Long Casts

Another benefit of the Overhang Marker® is its ability to prevent too many false casts. False casts are additional casts made in the air without actually delivering the fly to the target. While false casts can be useful for adjusting distance and line control, excessive false casts can spook fish and decrease the chances of a successful cast. By using the Overhang Marker®, anglers can minimize false casts and make straighter, longer casts in any wind.

Practice and experience are key in mastering the art of fly fishing, and the Overhang Marker® can be a valuable tool in that journey.