It is my intent to share the work of as many of my BlogBuddies as I can with this series. They all work hard and spend considerable time on their own blogs in writing about, primarily, their takes on fishing and other matters in their area of life that they enjoy. I know that whatever success I have had on my blog, and, the motivation to keep writing my blog, comes from the great support I have had from these BlogBuddies. Their continuing visits and willingness to leave comments on my posts and share their insights with me are invaluable. I am all about making Pond Stalker Blog a place that feels like community and sharing the loves of my fellow BlogBuddies. I hope that you take the time to visit all the blogs listed on my Blogroll as you have time, but especially, the featured BlogBuddy and their blogsite. I wouldn't mind if you let them know that the ol' Pond Stalker said hello!
Alright, let's kick off this series by featuring a BlogBuddy that has one of the best blogs going in the blogging world today. My thanks, to Alan at Small Stream Reflections, is long overdue!
Alan's blog is one that many of you may have already visited and read many times. I know I have and loved every minute of it. If you haven't allow me to say "SHAME ON YOU"!
Alan writes about the beautiful area and waters of our great Northeast. Preferring to fish small streams is Alan's forteit. Chasing the beautiful Brook Trout, and occasional, Brown Trout with Drys, Nymphs, Streamers, and Soft Hackle. Alan does it all. His readers are blessed with beautiful pictures of the area, beautiful colored fish, and, as much information as you would need to fish these waters. You are only left feeling envious and wishing you go on stream with Alan to enjoy the experience. His blog is also a model for any blogger to look at when it comes to the "community" concept. His blog posts are often commented on by many others expressing themselves on his current post. That is how comfortable it is to know and love this blog.
Alan, also, enjoys some preparing of food and tasty meals. Here is an example:
Before I forget, and certainly a fine accomplishment, Alan, also is an author and offers his great book on fishing those "Thin Blue Lines"
'Nuff said, get on over to Alan's blog and say hello from the ol' Pondstalker.