Backcast

• (n.) Anything which brings misfortune upon one, or causes failure in an effort or enterprise; a reverse.
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Backcast

Back'cast` (-kȧst`) noun [ Back , adverb + cast .] Anything which brings misfortune upon one, or causes failure in an effort or enterprise; a reverse. [ Scot.]
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Backcast

that portion of any fly cast that extends behind the caster (as in false casting).
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Backcast

that portion of any fly cast that extends behind the caster (as in false casting).
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Backcast

the portion of the casting motion in which the angler brings the rod tip back sharply and just before the power stroke that brings the rod tip forward; the term is most commonly associated with fly fishing
Found on http://www.bassmaster.com/glossary
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