Distance Casting: The Abstract Hyper-Distance Theory

PSSST!  Wanna Cast 200 Feet or More?

When someone starts talking about a cast of 200 feet or more, then you know you’re on to something unusual.

When he gives it the name of “Abstract Hyper-Distance Theory”, then it is really unusual.

And when he then tells you to copy a baseball pitcher…well!

Meet Tim Rajeff, who with his brother Steve, set a whole heap of distance and accuracy records over 20 years or more.

He says it’s called the “Abstract” theory because “you would never fish that way”.

Nonetheless, a lot of what he demonstrates has been absorbed by real-world fly fishing.

Coming up – casts of 200 feet or more.

Thanks to Gink and Gasoline for this video.