Programme Casting Demonstrations 2019

First-class casting instructors as well as company representatives show a variety of techniques and casting styles at the Waaghäusl area and at the Amper Channel.

Convince yourselves of our casting programme!

 
 

   Saturday 6 April 2019  -  Outdoor
  Time 
      Theme             Instructor

10:30 - 11:00

                             

   

The Lightness of the Perfect Fly Cast

Hans-Ruedi will show that one should let the rod work which is impeded when the rod hand applies too much effort in the cast. The line hand can provide about 80% of the cast and one thereby not only casts much more efficiently, but can also reduce the work for the rod hand.
He will also show that the fly rod functions like a pencil: what you draw with it ends up in the form of the line on the water. (Trick casts, curve casts in all variations)

        Hans-Ruedi Hebeisen                                                    

11:00 - 11:30    

Casting into the Wind

Rudy will take us to the coast during his fly-casting demonstration - where we aim for seatrout and seabass - whereby he will show us how to handle the wind from different directions. Gettting that little bit of extra distance will be taken into account too.

        Rudy van Duijnhoven    

11:30 - 12:00    

What Am I Doing Wrong with My Casting?

Sepp will show casting errors and how they develop for beginners and advanced casters. He will analyze the mistakes which build up over time, how to correct these mistakes, and, with slight changes in casting style, how to cast a more "beautiful line."

          

Sepp Fuchs

   

12:00 - 12:30    

Casting Techniques and History from Norway

Trond will give his personal perspective about "Modern Spey Casting".
As an internationally known competition caster and native Norwegian, he is a great choice for this topic.

        Trond Syrstad    

12:30 - 13:00    

Energy Efficient Casting

Glenda will talk about how the double handed rod can be used efficiently with the minimum of effort and more importantly she will have a section in her demo that talks about casting into later years (the Autumn years of life)
and how she has discovered that the correct length of rod and line has helped people to fly cast for longer without wading too much especially in the Salmon fishing world.

       

 

Glenda Powell

   

13:00 - 13:30    

French / Euro Nymphing

A member of the French fly fishing team since 2009 and member of the JMC team for the development of products for competition, Grégoire Juglaret will present modern techniques for nymphing (Euro nymphing) which were developed for competition and have now been adapted for recreational anglers.

        Grégoire Juglaret    

13:30 - 14:00    

The Scandi Style and the "Lift"

Klaus will introduce the Scandinavian casting technique and concentrate on a detail which is often ignored and yet contributes greatly to a cleanly executed cast, specifically the "lift," raising the line from the water.

        Klaus Frimor    

14:00 - 14:30    

The Casting Mechanics of the Overhead Cast

As an engineer, Jonas is practically predestined to talk about the physics/mechanics of the overhead cast. On the basis of these examples, you can extract the most important physical principles of casting which can be profitably applied to all other casting techniques.

        Jonas Hölz    

14:30 - 15:00    

Using the Spey Line for Salmon - Technique and Pros and Cons

Hartmut will share his abundant experience in salmon fishing and show, despite the new developments in casting techniques, that the good old Spey line still has validity and allows presentation techniques that are only possible with the "long line."

        Hartmut Kloss    

15:00 - 15:30    

Italian CastingStyle - Dry Fly Techniques for Small and Medium-Sized, Rapidly Flowing, and Overgrown Waters

A casting technique must help solve the problems provided by the environment and the fish.
The environment mostly causes problems in controlling the cast and eliminating drag. The fish, in contrast, needs a precise and gentle presentaion of the fly, leader, and fly line.
These simple clarifications show how important it is to master a casting technique which gives us the means to employ the right cast in every situation and to provide us the best possibility to catch a fish in every locality: a multifaceted casting palette to make fishing easier which is what the SIM Switzerland teaches and for which it was developed.

         Piero Zanetti    

15:30 – 16:00    

Micro Skagit - Single Handed Skagit Techniques

Developed for the double-hand rod are Skagit techniques which are excellent for single-handed fishing.
Lasse will show us a variety of setups and interesting casts we can use on our trout waters.

        Lasse Karlsson    

16:00 – 16:30    

Sense and nonsense in fly casting - what really matters when fishing!

Cut all the bs and listen up when Michael talks about fly casting for catching fish. Simple to understand just give it a shot!

          Michael Mauri    

16:30 – 17:00    

From the Various Ways to Hold a Rod to Direct into the "Green Hell"

Herbert will talk to us about the various styles of holding a rod, their advantages and disadvantages, and then, based on reality, show us techniques for casting to fish in overgrown waters - aka the "Green Hell".

        Herbert Daigeler     Herbert Daigeler web

 

Casting Clinic on 6 April
 
for Spey Casting with Gary Scott                                                            
Time 1: 12:30 until 13:00 meeting place at the Amper Channel
Time 2: 15:00 until 15:30 meeting place at the Amper Channel
                                                           

 

 

 

  Sunday 7 April 2019  -  Outdoor
  Time
      Theme            Instructor

 

10:00 - 10:30

                             

   

Casting Techniques and History from Norway

Trond will give his personal perspective about "Modern Spey Casting".
As an internationally known competition caster and native Norwegian, he is a great choice for this topic.

        Trond Syrstad    

10:30 - 11:00    

The Casting Mechanics of the Overhead Cast

As an engineer, Jonas is practically predestined to talk about the physics/mechanics of the overhead cast. On the basis of these examples, you can extract the most important physical principles of casting which can be profitably applied to all other casting techniques.

        Jonas Hölz    

11:00 - 11:30    

The Lightness of the Perfect Fly Cast

Hans-Ruedi will show that one should let the rod work which is impeded when the rod hand applies too much effort in the cast. The line hand can provide about 80% of the cast and one thereby not only casts much more efficiently, but can also reduce the work for the rod hand.
He will also show that the fly rod functions like a pencil: what you draw with it ends up in the form of the line on the water. (Trick casts, curve casts in all variations)

        Hans-Ruedi Hebeisen                                                                 

11:30 - 12:00    

Sense and nonsense in fly casting - what really matters when fishing!

Cut all the bs and listen up when Michael talks about fly casting for catching fish. Simple to understand just give it a shot!

        Michael Mauri    

12:00 - 12:30    

From the Various Ways to Hold a Rod to Direct into the "Green Hell"

Herbert will talk to us about the various styles of holding a rod, their advantages and disadvantages, and then, based on reality, show us techniques for casting to fish in overgrown waters - aka the "Green Hell".

        Herbert Daigeler    
Herbert Daigeler web

12:30 - 13:00    

Micro Skagit - Single Handed Skagit Techniques

Developed for the double-hand rod are Skagit techniques which are excellent for single-handed fishing.
Lasse will show us a variety of setups and interesting casts we can use on our trout waters.

        Lasse Karlsson    

13:00 - 13:30    

What Am I Doing Wrong with My Casting?

Sepp will show casting errors and how they develop for beginners and advanced casters. He will analyze the mistakes which build up over time, how to correct these mistakes, and, with slight changes in casting style, how to cast a more "beautiful line."

        Sepp Fuchs    


13:30 - 14:00    

Italian CastingStyle - Dry Fly Techniques for Small and Medium-Sized, Rapidly Flowing, and Overgrown Waters

A casting technique must help solve the problems provided by the environment and the fish.
The environment mostly causes problems in controlling the cast and eliminating drag. The fish, in contrast, needs a precise and gentle presentaion of the fly, leader, and fly line.
These simple clarifications show how important it is to master a casting technique which gives us the means to employ the right cast in every situation and to provide us the best possibility to catch a fish in every locality: a multifaceted casting palette to make fishing easier which is what the SIM Switzerland teaches and for which it was developed.

       

Piero Zanetti

   

14:00 - 14:30    

Casting into the Wind

Rudy will take us to the coast during his fly-casting demonstration - where we aim for seatrout and seabass - whereby he will show us how to handle the wind from different directions. Gettting that little bit of extra distance will be taken into account too.

        Rudy van Duijnhoven    

14:30 - 15:00    

The Scandi Style and the "Lift"

Klaus will introduce the Scandinavian casting technique and concentrate on a detail which is often ignored and yet contributes greatly to a cleanly executed cast, specifically the "lift," raising the line from the water.

        Klaus Frimor    

15:00 - 15:30    

French / Euro Nymphing

A member of the French fly fishing team since 2009 and member of the JMC team for the development of products for competition, Grégoire Juglaret will present modern techniques for nymphing (Euro nymphing) which were developed for competition and have now been adapted for recreational anglers.

        Grégoire Juglaret    

15:30 – 16:00    

Energy Efficient Casting

Glenda will talk about how the double handed rod can be used efficiently with the minimum of effort and more importantly she will have a section in her demo that talks about casting into later years (the Autumn years of life)
and how she has discovered that the correct length of rod and line has helped people to fly cast for longer without wading too much especially in the Salmon fishing world.

        Glenda Powell    

 

Casting Clinic on 7 April
 
for Spey Casting with Gary Scott                                                            
Time 1: 11:30 until 12:00 meeting place at the Amper Channel
Time 2: 14:00 until 14:30 meeting place at the Amper Channel
                                                          Termin 1: 11:30 bis 12:00 Uhr Treffpunkt am Amperkanal
Termin 2: 14:00 bis 14:30 Uhr Treffpunkt am Amperkanal

 

 

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