Regular price $ 4.95 USD

The Bucket Mend

Regular price $ 4.95 USD
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The Bucket Mend

The bucket mend is similar to the Aerial mend but the slack is thrown in the vertical plane rather than the horizontal plane
To perform the bucket mend, move the rod tip up then down after the final forward cast stop. This is like a vertically oriented aerial mend.
This is a great technique for downstream drag-free presentations or whenever you need a lot of slack in one small area, like small back eddies.
Advantages: Lots of slack in a small area.
Disadvantages: Difficult to place slack accurately.

This tutorial, along with 9 other casts, the five essentials of fly casting and additional explanations are all included in one volume on our Casts that Catch Fish DVD. More Info...

Length: 2:33
File Size: 28MB
Format: .m4v 853 x 480 pixels (ratio: 16x9)

This format is compatible with all Apple devices and PC's (iTunes, Quicktime Player, Windows Media Player etc)

File Delivery
Upon completing checkout you will receive an email containing a link to your download. This link is particular to your purchase and is limited to 2 downloads and will expire within 12hrs. 

 


Got questions? - Drop us a line, we'd love to hear from you.

The Bucket Mend

The bucket mend is similar to the Aerial mend but the slack is thrown in the vertical plane rather than the horizontal plane
To perform the bucket mend, move the rod tip up then down after the final forward cast stop. This is like a vertically oriented aerial mend.
This is a great technique for downstream drag-free presentations or whenever you need a lot of slack in one small area, like small back eddies.
Advantages: Lots of slack in a small area.
Disadvantages: Difficult to place slack accurately.

This tutorial, along with 9 other casts, the five essentials of fly casting and additional explanations are all included in one volume on our Casts that Catch Fish DVD. More Info...

Length: 2:33
File Size: 28MB
Format: .m4v 853 x 480 pixels (ratio: 16x9)

This format is compatible with all Apple devices and PC's (iTunes, Quicktime Player, Windows Media Player etc)

File Delivery
Upon completing checkout you will receive an email containing a link to your download. This link is particular to your purchase and is limited to 2 downloads and will expire within 12hrs. 

 


Got questions? - Drop us a line, we'd love to hear from you.