Table of Contents to over 300 fishing posts

You know how you can click on a link to a web page and then before you get to the content there are a bunch of ads that if you as much as look at them, they take you to an ad you didn’t want to see?  I hate that. 

This web site is virgin – no commercial ads.  Endorsements, book reviews, resources and stories, but no commercial ads and no “wait 5 seconds to skip this ad” stuff.  It is a site for fishers who just want to talk to another fisher. No tricks, no devious electronic traps.  I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoy writing it. 

Beat 16 Beauty

Table of Contents

How to use this web site:

You can open on any page and just start paging around. 

At the bottom of every post is a directional arrow to the post before this one and the post after. 

You can also go to a particular category from the top menu and scroll down through the entries. 

If you have an interest in a particular place or subject use the SEARCH window at the bottom of every post.

The Ausable

There have been over 67,000 visitors to this website…

which has over 300 posts – so there should be something for everyone but if not, go to Drop Me A Line, ask me a question and I will respond as best I can.

Montauk Albie on a Fly

All the posts have something to do with fishing. 

Most offer places I go, who I went with, methods we used and what we caught – if anything.

Tom's How to Fly Fish for Trout
Look for them at The Fly Fishing Show

Books are a big part of my fishing life,

…writing a few and reading many, some by friends.  Take a look at the Reading Room or the New Reads Blog. Most are linked to Amazon for your convenience but if you don’t want to go there, don’t click it! I added links to make it easy to decide if you want to pick one up.

Night Stalker
Night Stalker

Type in a river,

…a state, an organization like “Project Healing Waters” or “Theodore Gordon Flyfishers” or “Long Island Trout Unlimited.” 

Fishing Journals by year, Tips and Tactics, Life and more. See if you can find yourself in my Fish & Friends pages.

One of Joe’s “average” bass

There is more information on the streams and salt I fish in my trilogy – Letters to Mack

Hope this helps.

Neuner 6′ 6″ 4 wt.