I really like fishing, but I like this even more.
I love getting feedback on what I do. Whether it's on these blog posts, the podcast, courses, forum or whatever, I love them all!
Whether they're "good" or "bad" I love 'em all. (I used quotations because I do not feel there is such a thing as "bad" feedback. If someone doesn't like something or believes it can improved I want to know!)
But I get more of the "good" than the "bad", which leads me to believe I'm doing something right. While I get a lot, and I could not possibly publish them all, this is one I've recently received on Inshore Fishing 101 and I was compelled to share it.
This makes me very happy and made my day reading it!
Fishing really is more than just fishing. It's a powerful tool to empower us, teach us lessons (both young and old) and keep us coming back for more.
If I can help someone in that endeavor, then I've done something more. And I'm totally cool with that.
Tight lines, y'all.