admin December 8th, 2008
Depending on the location of your lesson the instructor may use the computerised Casting Analyzer developed by Bruce Richards and Noel Perkins.
This is a unique tool that measures your casting stroke. It is designed to measure standard overhead casting without hauling. A sensor attached to the reel seat measures your “rod speed” and records your “casting signature” which is then analyzed by being broken down into its parts.
Each student may then be given a computer generated report of his casting over standard casting distances (normally 30′, 40′ and 50′). This report compares the cast of the student to prerecorded casts by an expert caster.