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is the 1st Woman Master Certified casting instructor by the International Federation of Fly Fishers. She was the 1st woman Orvis Endorsed guide in the southeastern United States. Her genuine love of sharing the sport of fly fishing with others is apparent when you meet her. She was awarded the 2008 FFF SE Council Award of Excellence for her work with breast cancer survivors and her teaching and testing activities for the FFF certified casting instructors program. By working through personal injuries and with other non profits, like Project Healing Waters, Wanda has developed unique and very effective ways to continue in the sport of fly fishing safely and effectively. Her personal goals are to share with you how to prevent injury in transferring from fresh to salt water and "IF" you have injury, how to make minor adjustments in your casting with huge benefits that will guarantee great results for years to come. When she's not on the fly show circuit, Wanda is an instructional guide on the Hiwassee River in Reliance, TN. She has been with the TFO rod company for ten years and is a pro staff member with Chota Outdoor Gear and Aqua Design. Wanda can be contacted via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or facebook
She began with reviewing the parts of a fly rod.
1...Bilateral casting is visually easier to see.
2...You can monitor your every stroke and identify your shortcomings and then make a plan to improve them.
3...It is an "energy efficient" way to cast, using your body core muscles.
4...You work on casting and angling skills at the same time.
And then she demonstrated the basic mechanics of a cast for a fly rod.