Wind on Your Back
When casting with the wind, over power the backcast and drive it below the usual casting plane; likewise, cast the forward cast above its normal plane.
The forward cast is benefited by the wind. Also, orienting the backcast lower reduces the effect of the wind by taking advantage of buffered wind close to the ground. Employ a tight fast loop on the back cast; furthermore, shoot line on the foreword cast and let the wind help carry it out.
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