As soon as an angler has discovered the fundamental solid and how you can shoot line, the subsequent step is mastering the double haul, which helps to generate extra line pace and permits for longer casts. Most casters haven’t any drawback with the haul itself–through which the road hand strikes away from the rod–however getting the road hand to then return to the rod to arrange for the subsequent haul will be problematic. It’s necessary to keep in mind that every haul–on each the back- and ahead casts–is a two-step course of: haul, then return.
On this useful video from Trident Fly Fishing, Topher Browne explains a standard mistake that new anglers make, which makes the return more durable, and provides a surprisingly easy answer: attempt a shorter haul.
For a whole dialogue of the double haul, take a look at Pete Kutzer’s movies on the topic here and here.