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Putting a tiny fly in front of a cruising bull redfish is one of the toughest casts in flyfishing, but it builds on the basics. For anglers new to a fly rod, getting the fundamentals down to a perfect fly cast is the first step toward punching flies to tarpon, striped bass—and that hole in the lily pads where the big bream like to hand.

In this episode—our final of the series—I’ll teach you how to execute the perfect fly cast in four simple steps.