Summer Presentation: “The Little Things” at the Long Island Fly Rodders, Tuesday, August 1

Most fishing clubs go on summer hiatus. Not the Long Island Fly Rodders. In fact, they’ve booked yours truly to kick off their fall meeting season with “The Little Things.” I’ve heard rumors of a pre-meeting barbecue, so how can I resist?  Tuesday, August 1, 6:30pm, at the Levittown VFW Hall, 55 Hickory Lane, Levittown, NY. For more information, visit liflyrodders.org.

Speaking of presentations, I’m currently working on “The Little Things 3.0” and an as yet untitled one on how I fish for striped bass.

If you want to catch big stripers like her, pay attention to the little things. (Using a floating line and learning the greased line swing doesn’t hurt, either.)

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3 comments on “Summer Presentation: “The Little Things” at the Long Island Fly Rodders, Tuesday, August 1

  1. salvatore tartaglione says:

    The r raffling a legends stay at that meeting talk it up!

    Sent from my iPhone

  2. Richard Heffernon says:

    Greased line?

    • Steve Culton says:

      It’s an old Atlantic salmon presentation technique where the fly moves down and across the current with the fly broadside to the fish.

      There’s a diagram somewhere on this site.

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