For your listening pleasure: “Trout Fishing For Striped Bass with Steve Culton,” a Saltwater Edge podcast

I’m pleased to share a new podcast hosted by the Saltwater Edge. Peter Jenkins, Saltwater Edge owner (and one of the tireless heroes behind the American Saltwater Guides Association) hosts and asks questions. Yours truly does most of the talking. So…what two striper flies can I not live without? Why are intermediate lines so limiting? How important is presentation? Where’s the best place to fish off a jetty? What’s all this trout fishing for striped bass nonsense about anyway? Listen in and enjoy!

Listen: Trout Fishing For Striped Bass With Steve Culton.

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6 comments on “For your listening pleasure: “Trout Fishing For Striped Bass with Steve Culton,” a Saltwater Edge podcast

  1. Tim Farrell says:

    Good Morning Steve: Just finished listening to the podcast, very informative. I’m headed next to your website for fly patterns and 3fly setup. Your statement about “getting out of your comfort zone” hits home. Thanks again, Tim

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    • Steve Culton says:

      Thanks for listening, Tim. Plenty more things to discover on the site. I hope you sign up for email alerts on currentseams…every hundred followers I do a fly giveaway. πŸ™‚

  2. Alton Blodgett says:

    Hi Steve,

    I finally got a block of time to sit back and listen to the podcast. Very enjoyable. And I must say I was waiting with bated breath for you to bring up fishing your five weight for Stripers. I can’t help but imagining some podcast listener saying to himself “did I just hear what I thought I did?” Like you said, get out of your comfort zone.
    Stay well.

  3. bdmaclach says:

    I listened and enjoyed very much. Reminded me of numerous conversations I had with Ken Abrames during the short year I lived in Rhode Island. There is more to SW fly fishing than just slinging a fly as far as you can and then two hand stripping it as fast as you can from whence it came. Well done Steve and thanks to Peter Jenkins and SWE for hosting you.

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