OK, you are probably scratching your head wondering what this title suggests. But that was the title given to us by the current long distance Spey caster, Travis Johnson.
I ran into Travis this week and asked him whether he had started practicing for the Long Distance Competition April 17-19. He mentioned he needed "Practice Perfectly gets me Perfect Practice", cutting down his time to get ready.
Are you in the place where you are Practicing Perfectly that gets you Perfect Practice? If time is a premium and you would like to see more dividends, consider checking out the Instructors and Schools offered by FFS. For more info on schools, click here: Schools. For private or semi private lessons, click here: Private Lessons and call us directly at 503 622 4607.
Incidentally, Travis will be presenting at the 2015 Sandy River Spey Clave on Saturday from 10:30 to 11am. He is definitely a big crowd attraction, so make sure you get there early enough to get a visible spot.
You might wonder what does long distance casting have to do with average fishing situations. My recent entry into this sport has made me a better caster and student of the sport. The smallest accuracy and distance killing flaw -- normally undetectable in normal casting-- is greatly magnified in distance casting, making it glaring enough to work on fixing it. And this repair transfers down to our normal mortal cast. Maybe this is the 'Reality of the Situation' Travis could be talking about. But Travis keeps his cards close, so there is no telling.
Also, check out the video above capturing one of his practice cast. That is Perfect Practice to me, and hopefully to you as well.