I am by no means a perfect fly caster. I have a fully fused right wrist, which has cut any distance I might have once attained. But, it gets out there when I don’t over power forward. However, I see some pretty bad casters out there, that with a modicum of instruction would vastly improve their enjoyment of their experiences on the waters. So, don’t be intimidated at a shop or sportsman show. Ask for a casting instructor to help you. Hopefully the shop won’t charge you, or only nominally so…Even if it is a parking lot, you can greatly improve your timing and arm movements. Don’t be too proud to brush up on your stroke. I still am open to the ad-monitions of Jack Hagan (NWFFO) to slow down and not over power the stroke and sure enough another ten feet is easily gained. Sportsman shows or expos often have casting pond for fly fishing out in front of everyone…take advantageous of this..get out there and wave away…in the mean time here is a Casting Lesson from a Spanish site..