No Tuesday Zoom tomorrow 2/16 — what do you all want to hear about next time?

I have a private gig with the Ottawa Fly Fishers tomorrow night, so no public Zoom. We’ll go for normal resumption of services (I like the way that sounds) on Tuesday Feb. 23. In the meantime, I’d like to hear from you. What subjects would you like me to talk about? If I see something that looks like it has wide appeal — and it’s something I feel comfortable talking about, I’ll certainly consider it. Last week’s Small Stream talk was well-attended, so I many do another variation on that theme. The ball’s in your court.

I received a question the other day about cinder worms in CT: when/where, etc. They can be impossible to predict, but I find that when the Connecticut state flower is in bloom, and the moon is new or full, that’s generally a good time to look for them in your local estuary.

6 comments on “No Tuesday Zoom tomorrow 2/16 — what do you all want to hear about next time?

  1. rich rubin says:

    If you fish 2 handed rod, in fresh and salt water.
    Bait strategies in the salt based on time of year and mating behavior.
    You spoke about books you like, how about favorite web sites( besides yours!)
    You gave an excellent talk last year about your favorite wets based on time of year. Worth a repeat.
    Thanks,
    Rich
    Good health is true wealth

  2. Anne Gouin says:

    Hope you are all well and always cheering in Currentstreams!

  3. vermont4me says:

    Steve–

    I’d love to learn more about line control, mending. and setting the hook upstream, across and on the swing.

    ps /

    Thought you might appreciate this infographic I snapped a photo of in Edinburgh 2 years ago

    :: Best, Jim ::

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    James Taylor Thetford, Vermont

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  4. Irv Stanley says:

    I’d like more on fishing for natives in SmLl streams. Thanks /-Irv Stanley

    Sent from my iPhone

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  5. Frazer Dougherty says:

    Steve – had to look up the CT state flower, as I am on LI, but maybe more like the coordination of plants/flowers to fish arrivals. On LI, forsythia = flounder; lilacs = weakfish, guy on SOL had a striped bass plant, blitzing bluefish smelled like watermelon – thanks

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