January 26, 2019 (Part 2)
Pasadena Casting Club/Southwest Council Intermediate Casting Clinic
PART 1 – of the casting clinic was held on Jan 12, 2019. This place card is a reminder that there is a follow-up date or a “part 2” to the clinic
Casting Chair, Eric Callow, in conjunction with Pasadena Casting Club, will be teaching up to 40 casters at the Intermediate Casting Clinic to be held on January 12th and 26th 2019 at PCC’s casting pool & clubhouse.
- Registration is required by January 11, 2019
- Payment In Advance Only
- Fee: $50.00
- Limited to 20 spots.
If you have difficulty with registration please contact Eric Callow via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Once again, a team of the very best instructors in Southern California will be assembled for the benefit of qualified students. The class is structured for casters who can throw a three foot or tighter loop, with roughly parallel legs, for thirty feet.
- The clinic starts with the question “What does it mean to be an intermediate caster?” The answer, in a word, is “control”.
- This clinic will first explore how to add control to your casting in terms of loop shape, distance, plane and angle.
- Secondly, these principles and skills will be applied to a series of fishing presentation casts.
Location – click here for map
Please note that there is no street address for the Clubhouse
LINK map indicated above