Fall appearances, articles, and other currentseams-y stuff

Hard to believe it’s September. Especially with this heat. We need rain, we need cool, and we need it soon.

In the meantime, here’s what’s on the fall calendar. As you can see, we have lots of “The Little Things” options all over southern New England. You don’t need to be a TU member to attend, so stop by and say hi.

“The Little Things” Presentation to TU Narragansett 225, Wednesday, September 30, Elks lodge, Coventry, RI. For directions and times, visit narragansett.tu.org.

“The Little Things” Presentation to TU Mianus, Tuesday, October 13, Waveny Mansion, New Canaan, CT. For directions and times, visit mianustu.org.

“The Little Things” Presentation to TU Farmington Valley, Thursday, October 15, (I believe it’s at the Whinstone Tavern at Stanley Golf Course, New Britain, CT). For directions and times, visit fvtu.org.

On the writing front, I’m told that my steelhead piece will be in the fall issue of The Drake. I’ll let you know if that’s the case, and I don’t mind saying that I think this is one of the better (not to mention funny) concept stories I’ve written. Look for a feature on striper soft-hackles in the next issue of American Angler. And, as I look over at my writing projects list, I see seven items. I suppose I’d better lock myself in my lonely writer’s garret and hop to it.

Only two more days till the 300 Followers contest closes! If you haven’t already, no better time to enter than now. And wow, just like that we’re up to 320.

Here’s to a tremendous fall season for everyone. (Fish included.)

October Brown 2014

5 comments on “Fall appearances, articles, and other currentseams-y stuff

  1. Andrew Werney says:

    Steve, We spoke in early Juy. I was looking for a guide for the salt on Block Island. I will be going in September and I do have a day booked with whom you recommended . Any suggestions for my on foot explorations ? I have a suggestin for your blog. I’m thinking the ” Great Pumkin “. How about an October caddis tie . If you have one how about showing up that one.

    • Steve Culton says:

      Andrew, they’ll be able to give you better intel at Fishworks. I have no idea what’s going on where right now on the Block. Give them a call.

      You know, I don’t have a favorite October Caddis pattern. I guess I need to make one up. I’ll get back to you on that. 🙂

  2. fmvan says:

    Maybe some more stuff on other than the Farmington River. Just left PEI, there are a lot of good brook trout streams there, and they have been catching some stripers for a long time, since the early settlers.

    • Steve Culton says:

      I agree with you Fred, but I can only report about fishing in places that I actually fish. It’s been very Farmington-centric this summer because….that’s where I’ve been fishing. The small streams are low, the stripers ain’t around in CT, and it’s not steelhead season. Belive me, if I go somewhere else, you’ll hear about it!

      Glad you had a good time in PEI.

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