New Spey enthusiast here. Swung for a couple hours on the Sky yesterday with my 8w, water was in prefect shape and I hiked way in so I didn’t see a soul. Fished two runs with no grabs, ok for me it was nice to be out. I’ve noticed that while on river left my snap-Ts which would be cack handed don’t seem to have nearly the power at all of my river right snap-Ts. Same with preforming my double speys on river left (cack handed) vs river left where I seem to have no problem casting them. I always try to keep my arms in to my sides, visualize being in a phone booth and slow down and watch the D-loop form but my cack handed casts still seem to lack that power of regular. Do I need to play with my over hang and just get out and cast more (long time single hand user only couple Spey trips even though Ive had no problem picking it up) or is there some tips some of you vets could provide? Thanks, tight lines everyone. Jakob B PS. If any of you are familiar with the Sky any of your favorite access spots to hike in from to stretches of promising river would be appreciated. I’m always looking for new water.