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watching the lead

Postby yorkshire man » Mon Apr 27, 2009 8:05 pm

dose anyone have a link or video that shows the lead during a cast maybe painted a bright colour i have watched many clips but never see what the lead is doing during a cast any suggestions much appreciated
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Re: watching the lead

Postby kstaff » Mon Apr 27, 2009 9:47 pm

Hi Ya,

Jeremy (JPS) recently posted some clips of a practice session with a slow mo clip which has a ribbon attached to the lead, it shows fairly clearly if I remember correctly. John Holden on Youtube has some pretty clear ones too.

Typically once the lead goes back behind you forget about it,get your head around up to the sky pause and let rip!!

Enjoy!! :D
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