Presenting “The Little Things” at the FRAA Meeting, Wednesday, November 19

IF YOU WANT TO CATCH MORE FISH, PAY ATTENTION TO the little things. That’s the title of my newest presentation, and I’ll be delivering it this upcoming Wednesday, November 19 at the FRAA monthly meeting.

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 minor factors that can make a big difference in your fishing.

Little Things

The meeting starts at 7pm, and it’s held at the Farmington Senior Center, 321 New Britain Avenue, Unionville, CT. For more information, visit fraa.org. Hope to see you there.

5 comments on “Presenting “The Little Things” at the FRAA Meeting, Wednesday, November 19

  1. larry marino says:

    Steve really enjoyed the meeting last night I am not strong on streamer fishing. Have any qutck hints how to improve my fishing I am planning on going over thanksgiving week. Thanks Steve. My name is Larry. And marchbrown on flyaddict

    • Steve Culton says:

      Hi Larry,

      Thanks for coming, and thanks for your kind words.

      t’s difficult for me to offer suggestions on improvement without knowing where the need for improvement lies.

      I am going to make this part of a streamer Q&A.

  2. larry marino says:

    Good point. I guess trying to fiqure out water. Deep cuts. Broken water. Fast water. I read about your days and it seems from what I hear streamers are the easiest way to fly fish

  3. Steve Culton says:

    Some days are easier than others. And easy is always relative. 🙂

    I’m working on an answer now.

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