January 11th: “The Little Things” Presentation by Steve Culton
• January 11, 2017 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Join us on January 11th for a presentation by local guide and author Steve Culton on the importance of “the little things” in fly fishing. If you want to catch more fish, pay attention to the little things…
From Culton’s website Currentseams, “They say that 10% of the anglers catch 90% of the fish. If that’s true, it’s not because those 10% are supernaturally gifted angling demigods. It’s not because they are lucky. It’s because they do a lot of little things that other anglers don’t. As a guide, I have the opportunity to observe how people fish. I see their mistakes as well as their triumphs. When I’m fishing, I am constantly making adjustments and trying new approaches. That’s what The Little Things is all about – seemingly insignificant practices that can make a big difference in your fishing.”
Culton is a Connecticut-based fly fishing guide, instructor, fly tyer, and freelance writer whose work has appeared in Field & Stream, American Angler, The Flyfish Journal, The Drake, Flyfishing & Tying Journal, Eastern Fly Fishing, Fly Rod & Reel Online, and the Mid Atlantic Fly Fishing Guide.
Our meetings are free and open to members, guests and the general public. They are held at Stony Hill Fire Department, 59 Stony Hill Road, Bethel and start at 7:30 p.m. but doors open at 7 p.m. for pizza, soda and some good conversation with fellow anglers. Don’t miss out on the raffle too.