Approaching 60.000 views on YouTube and Vimeo, Tapani´s little satire on the art of fly casting is still causing massive controversy online.
Especially on YouTube, where haters and lovers leave their comments on a regular basis. In fact, some viewers were getting so heated up by this little video that we had to start moderating the comments!
Some of my favourite comments:
His haul is shite.
“But there are situations.” – hahhahahhhahhahhaha 🙂
Stupid cast…no, there are not situations. Idiots!
So you manically slap the water with 20′ of line, lose contact with it, and slop a slack line forward, instead of an easy back/forward cast? Why?…If it’s intended to make fun of fly fishing, it’s just lame. Fine material for short attention span Youtuber’s, I suppose. Don’t perfect a craft…”Post” and cackle.
@PremiseTester: lighten up u miserable twat
lol, would like Jason Borger to watch this, and see what he say.
Love the fact so many people don’t seem to understand that this is you guys havin a laugh. Awesome videos guys, keep it up…we want more!!
Those casts are the most ridicoulous casts I have ever seen!
this is a failed variant of speycasting with a one handed rod…
you are stupid and you wasted my time
You all need to pull your fingers out of your assholes and take a chill pill. This video is obviously lighthearted, and if you fail to see that, you must be a horrible person to go fish with. Christ, what ever happened to personal style and taste? Have a laugh, dry out your waders, and stop being so damn negative and critical.
f@king funny guys ! 😀
You´re an idiot.
i tried this casting method and ended up travelling back in time 2000 years.
It is hard to pick a winner, but the final comment by “johnkay33” really stands out.
And here´s the video again:
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