2015, like too many other years, gave us some events we would rather not see repeated. My friends and readers are on 6 continents and these horrors effect us all. I hope and pray for a more peaceful 2016 for us all.
As far as fishing went it was a pretty good year.
It started with Catskill trout on the Willowemoc and Beaverkill, some beauties on the Main Stem and West Branch of the Delaware as well as plenty of action on the recovered Connetquot and her sister streams of Long Island, the Nissequogue and Carmans. And then there was the saltwater with its blues and bass, fluke and porgies – not as plentiful as I would have liked but enough.
Add to that a week in the Adirondacks with good friends and small mouth; who could ask for more?
But there was more:
The third book in the Letters to Mack trilogy – Correspondence from Islamorada to Pulaski (tarpon, steelhead, salmon and more) was published and the web site, Tomsfishingstories.com, was launched. It went live in March and has had over 9000 visitors so far and for that I THANK YOU!
To end the year on a positive note I am lowering the price on the digital versions of Letters to Mack – Correspondence on a Fishing Life to $2.99. All you have to do is click this link which brings you to Amazon and select the digital/Kindle version and download it to your device or PC. (You may have to download the free Kindle App which allows you to read Kindle books on any device.)
Enjoy it and may 2016 be a happy, healthy and fishy year for you, and yours.
Peace on Earth,
Good Will Towards All