Try asking a few mates if you can cast some of their set ups down the local park when you can get out cheaper than playing flyline lotto accuracy and presentation before distance every time tight linesI might regret asking this question.
Would a different type of floating line enable me to cast further? If so what type/make. It is on a 20 acre still water lake.
I use a Hardy jet 9'6" #6 rod and a Mike Evans arrowhead trout twin line. I am not sure they are still being made; so I would be looking at future replacements. I can get a reasonable distance but just wondering if that could be improved.
I know someone will say get get a casting lesson or it will have something to do with the rod - change the rod. I don't want to do either; so am just wondering would a different type of line help. Please keep answers simple and not to full of tech speak.
I am probably being silly but it worth asking.