Instruction for beginners can be so valuable in preventing casting errors from becoming lifelong habits. For the average Spey caster, instruction can be a means to take their casting to the next level. For the accomplished Spey caster, it can be an opportunity to refine an already substantial skill set. Everyone can benefit from instruction at some point.
I don't know how we can emphasize more strongly that beginners start their Spey casting careers with instruction. Even better if they obtain instruction before buying their gear.
Our brains build new pathways when we learn a new physical skill. When we try to teach ourselves to Spey cast and we keep repeating the same casting error, we're building pathways in our brain on how to do it wrong. After the error has become entrenched, it will take a significant effort to undo, if at all. Better to build pathways on how to cast correctly right from the outset, eh?
If your looking for some casting instruction, please review my course list for one that suits you. You can book a course directly through this website or contact me directly at 905-768-8010.