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A Net Full of Tails by Tom Greene


Tom Greene and Steve Kantner teamed up to give readers a real look at what Florida was like just 50 or so years ago. The  tales in Tom’s book were all lived by him. They’re all powerful; funny, scary, remarkable and the stuff of true grit.

My favorite tale is  “A Man’s Time: Some Bridges are Easier to Cross Than Others.” Can you guess who he guided? Even if you guess right, Tom will never divulge the man’s name. 

Then there’s the “Mullet Miasma” tale; a lesson in listen to what the man with experience tells you. A stubborn man fails to heed a warning and pays a price. 

A really funny tale is Tom’s special arrangement with golf legend Sam Snead. If you don’t think that’s funny - have someone check your pulse.

Tom’s story telling is a magical thing and his memory of details and angling knowledge will keep any fisherperson happily turning pages. There isn’t a dull moment or a chapter you don’t want to read. Frankly, I wish there were more stories. 

Steve Kantner, a talented angler and writer, and former guide is simpatico with Tom’s experiences because he was pretty much doing the same thing 30 miles away. This is a book you need in your library. 

  • Softcover
  • 9x6"
  • 182 pages

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