I was watching a guys on YouTube taking about long casting. He said he uses a casting cannon. Basically a release clip. First I ever heard of it. He also said he used a birthday candle to coat his guides. Sonething new to try..
Thanks. Was thinking of trying one for surface iron on SD boats.I use a Breakaway Cannon in Mexico to throw 3oz rangers and gt ice cream lures at Roosterfish on an 11ft spinning rod.
3ft fluoro leader would mean having the braid under my casting finger and tear that finger up in a hurry. Legitimate 100 yard cast with 50lb braid. They work really well.
One day down on the ridge in August that wax would be liquid, and all that liquid getting on spectra and in the morning when it's somewhat, You would have a bunch of Spectra glued together on your reel and you go to cast it out!Candle wax..... first sign of sun and a melted runny mess for sure. Almost ALL of the long distance casting records are set using the "figure 8" casting methods. You (might) be able to use this technique in the bow.... if your up there solo.... otherwise back to the "whip" technique we all use. Have seen it all.... including Ron Popiels model....lol. BUT you never know.... bring on the link showing that thing in action....