Striped Bass Podcast in the can

Or so they’d say in the days of film and reel-ro-reel tape. I guess the proper term now would be “on the drive.” Regardless, last week we recorded material for a podcast(s) about fly fishing for striped bass with a floating line, flatwings, sparse flies and other traditional fly fishing methods. There are over two hours of material to sift through — thankfully, not my job — and unfortunately, I don’t have a release date. But hopefully the editor will hop to it and we’ll have something fun and informative to listen to on long drives or — shhhh! — while goofing off at work. When I have more information on a completion date, I’ll let you know.

The boys are back from summer camp, so my three weeks of hedonistic binge fishing are over. Not to worry. I have brilliant plans for sneaking out to the water…

I haven’t been in ten days, but my spies tell me the Farmington continues to fish well. Plenty of cold water has the trout fed, fat, and happy.

As always, thanks for reading and following currentseams.

Flatwings. Floating lines. Traditional presentations. You too can learn the secrets of catching stripers that are measured in pounds instead of inches. Coming soon to a podcast near you.

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7 comments on “Striped Bass Podcast in the can

  1. Albano says:

    Can’t wait to see it !!! Greetings Steve

  2. Alton Blodgett says:

    Looking forward to it!

  3. Kevin Landolt says:

    Steve,
    Where can we hear the podcast? Thanks.

  4. Chase Marshall says:

    What’s the name of the podcast? Would love to listen to the episode and your thoughts on fishing with floating line!

    • Steve Culton says:

      Chase, the name of the podcast could be “Wherefore art thou?” The dude who approached me about it seemed on the level, but 15 months after he recorded it, he and the podcast have gone AWOL. I guess I’ll just have to make my own now.

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