Many thanks to the Hammonasset Chapter of TU

Last night I presented The Eastern Brook Trout: New England’s Wild Native to the Hammonasset Chapter of TU. The group really came though in the clutch, locating an extension cord and power strip (must get those for future gigs) for me, and then — this is where it gets good — serving up some delicious pulled pork sandwiches. I really enjoyed meeting everyone and talking fishing and fly tying.

That reminds me: Time for a wild brook trout outing.

UDS Brookie2

4 comments on “Many thanks to the Hammonasset Chapter of TU

  1. Mike says:

    Wild brook trout, need a gillie?

  2. Steve Culton says:

    Mike, I won’t even tell my mother where I fish for wild brookies. πŸ™‚

    What a perfect day today would be for galavanting along a woodland stream.

  3. rmarafioti says:

    Good evening Steve, I hope this finds all well with you. When you have a chance, would you please give me a brief summary of what the below presentation is about. The title intrigues me, but I suspect some of the other TU225 Board members may be less interested than I because of the battle over native vs. wild Brook Trout going on here. In advance, thanks…have a great week! Regards, Ron

    Ron M! Earth travels around the Sun at a speed of 18.55 miles per second. Hang on…enjoy the ride!!

    Date: Fri, 12 Sep 2014 15:17:46 +0000 To: rmarafioti@msn.com

    • Steve Culton says:

      Hi Ron,

      You can find a summary of all my current presentations on this site. However, I gave this presentation to your club a couple years ago. I am working on a new one now that will be ready in November. Its working title is “The Little Things,” and it’s based on observations I’ve made over the years as a guide and an angler on how to catch more fish.

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