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A cast in which the angler does not throw the line backwards.
- ‘Slink up to within 15 feet downstream of your prey and use a roll cast to flip a nymph in front of the trout.’
- ‘All aspects of fly-fishing including over-head casting, shooting line and roll cast will be included in the course.’
- ‘I spotted the fish immediately, made a roll cast, one false cast then shot the line.’
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