Let's start with position; if I were seeking to make a long range actors I would normally open my feet permitting my left foot (I am an appropriate handed caster) to be placed onward of my shoulders and my ideal foot back, this would certainly allow me to make the longest movement of the pole on the forward and back actors. In contrast, if I were attempting to make really accurate casts I would settle my feet up directly under my shoulders or perhaps permit my ideal foot to lead slightly to the target. This would certainly permit me to sweep the fishing pole directly above as well as down my line of sight in the direction of the target therefore giving me maximized reliability.
One of the most neglected aspects of fly fishing is precision. For the majority of us we start with the objective of merely making a good actors then go head long right into the quest for more range; however in truth control and precision will certainly put equally as many fish on completion of the line as making a 90 foot actors. In fly spreading there are a variety of variances in vogue to include just how we stand and also exactly how we hold the pole that can greatly influence precision. I would recommend that you function with the styles that you are most comfortable with but at the very same time realize that various styles will certainly give you benefits under different scenarios.