The must-have spey casting film for fishermen everywhere! Witness & learn the techniques required to master the roll cast, the jump roll, the spey cast, the double spey, the snake roll & finally a detailed breakdown of the Mackenzie style of distance spey casting. 82 min.
Scott Mackenzie and Red Hackle Productions have created the definitive, must have, Spey Casting DVD for every fisherman, regardless of age, experience or ability.
From the history to the present day, fishers will witness and learn the techniques required to master the roll cast, the jump roll, the spey cast, the double spey, the snake roll and finally a detailed breakdown of the Mackenzie style of distance spey casting.
Shot on the finest rivers in Scotland and Canada the film features stunning aerial photography, ground breaking technical motion capture sequences of every cast, an original music score and many useful and entertaining bonus features.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Fishing has been part of Scott Mackenzie's life since catching his first salmon at the age of 10. Professionally, Scott is a full-time ghillie on some of the most wonderful salmon rivers in Scotland. Over the 17 years, he has helped his clients catch over two thousand salmon.
Scott has also been keen and successful in competition Fly-casting, winning many prestigious titles throughout the world. From being Irish International Spey-casting champion in 2004, to winning the CLA game fairs Musto International Spey-casting championship 2003-2004 which is the largest Spey-casting competition in the world. But it was in 2005 that Scott really showed he was in a class of his own by winning the three biggest Spey-casting competitions in the world.
The first of these was the Spey'o'rama, held by the prestigious Golden Gate Angling and Casting Club in San Francisco, USA where he was honoured by being asked to do a casting demonstration showing his unique style to the club. He then went on to win the Irish International Spey-casting Championship in June and in July won the CLA International Spey-casting Championship at Belvoir Castle in Leistershire for the third time running. During this competition he also set a new Spey-casting world record, casting a massive 68 yards using his unique style of casting making him one of the most successful competition Spey-casters of all time.