Tom’s Books

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How to Fly Fish for Trout: The FIRST Book to Read

(Over 5000 copies sold - click here for reviews.) Question: Why another book on how to fly fish for trout? Answer: Because all of the books out there offer too much information for a beginner. This is all you need to know to get started. If you are a guy ... Read More
How to Improve Your Fly Fishing & Catching

How to Improve Your Fly Fishing & Catching

Fly fishing is an ever evolving sport.  We reach various plateaus in our knowledge and skills which require some agent to move us forward. This book is one of those agents. It contains some very simple and commonsense tips on how to improve your fly fishing and catching. Nothing earth ... Read More
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Letters to Mack: Correspondence on a Fishing Life

The cover of this book is deceiving. In fact there is no story within its pages that tells of catching these three monster fluke off the north fork of Long Island in the spring of 2002. The book is composed of letters sent to my friend Mack. That's him holding ... Read More
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Letters to Mack 2: Correspondence from Montana to Montauk

Tom’s home waters, when it comes to trout, are the Catskills of New York State so it is appropriate that the first stories in this collection take place there. Living on the Long Island Sound and being a short distance from the saltwater mecca of Montauk, he has been fortunate ... Read More
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Letters to Mack 3: Correspondence from Islamorada to Pulaski

Letters to Mack 1 and 2 have brought us from the 1950’s though 2010. The correspondence in book 3 covers the expanding reach of Tom’s fly rod, moving from trout and stripers to small mouth bass, tarpon, and salmon then on to steelhead. They include taking a buddy fishing and ... Read More