WEBVTT 00:00:00.100 --> 00:00:04.830 position:50% align:middle When we're traveling in that straight path to a stop on that back cast and that 00:00:04.830 --> 00:00:08.600 position:50% align:middle straight path to a stop on the forward cast, we have to make sure that we pause 00:00:08.600 --> 00:00:12.200 position:50% align:middle in between those two casts and let that line roll out behind us. 00:00:12.200 --> 00:00:15.790 position:50% align:middle Just as that leader is about to straighten out that thin, clear piece of line, 00:00:15.790 --> 00:00:17.360 position:50% align:middle then we can begin our forward cast. 00:00:17.360 --> 00:00:20.490 position:50% align:middle When we're casting, though, we can move in a straight path, 00:00:20.490 --> 00:00:22.150 position:50% align:middle virtually wherever you want. 00:00:22.150 --> 00:00:24.570 position:50% align:middle You can make a straight path up over your head. 00:00:24.570 --> 00:00:27.630 position:50% align:middle This is kind of a classic trout style of casting. 00:00:27.630 --> 00:00:30.330 position:50% align:middle You can make that straight path more out to the side. 00:00:30.330 --> 00:00:32.630 position:50% align:middle This is more common in some saltwater situations. 00:00:32.630 --> 00:00:36.180 position:50% align:middle Or let's say you're in a tricky situation, where you have to cast underneath a bush 00:00:36.180 --> 00:00:38.976 position:50% align:middle or underneath a tree, we can make a low angle cast. 00:00:41.258 --> 00:00:44.184 position:50% align:middle Down here, and get that fly out underneath something. 00:00:44.184 --> 00:00:47.548 position:50% align:middle So that straight line can be at any angle we want around our body.