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Spey casting is a casting technique primarily used in fly fishing, especially when dealing with large rivers or tight casting spaces. It involves the use of a two-handed fly rod and specialized casting techniques to efficiently cover a wide range of water.


2 hour lesson $150 CDN Per Person maximum two people 

4 hour lesson $250 CDN Per Person maximum two people


*Prices do not include taxes, gratuities or fishing licenses

All necessary equipment is provided for lessons

Learn the Basic Casting Techniques

Roll Cast:

    • The roll cast is fundamental to Spey casting.

    • Practice rolling the line and fly out in a straight line, both upstream and downstream.

  • Single Spey Cast:

    • Learn the basic Single Spey cast to cover water on one side of the river.

    • Practice forming a D-loop and delivering the cast smoothly.

  • Double Spey Cast:

    • Similar to the Single Spey but allows you to cast across the river.

    • Focus on forming a D-loop on the opposite side of the river.

  • Snap-T Cast:

    • A powerful cast suitable for longer distances.

    • Master the snap and the rod movement to generate speed and power.

 Understand the D-Loop

  • The D-loop is crucial in Spey casting as it stores energy for the cast.

  • Practice forming a proper D-loop by sweeping the rod along the water's surface.

 Footwork and Body Position

  • Proper footwork is essential for balance and power.

  • Position your body perpendicular to the target and adjust your stance accordingly.

 Practice, Practice, Practice

Spey casting can be challenging, so regular practice is key.

  • Work on your timing, rod loading, and presentation skills.

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