So far I have done pretty well for myself this year on every visit I have made to White's Pool on the Nissequogue. On my latest trip I landed a nice Brookie and a 15" Brown trout and had an epiphany. Though I just enjoy being outside and taking in the peaceful setting and C & R'ing a couple of nice fish, there is something that continues to elude me when I fish this stretch of water. In previous trips I have caught brookies and rainbows, rainbows and browns, brookies and browns. But I can't quite seem to catch all three in one outing, which I find a little frustrating and is starting to irritate me. I guess I should just enjoy the moment and quit worrying about a such a silly thing. Bottom line....worrying about some arbitrary goal instead of enjoying the actual achievement will only serve to dampen the joy found in pursuing the activity in the first place. From now on, I will immerse myself in the moment.....the water at my feet, the breeze on my face, the sound of rushing water, and the trout dancing at the end of my line.