Wednesday, December 2

New England Rocks (And Hunts and Fishes)

A warm welcome to our newest visitors here on Back To The Island - The good folks over at New England Fishing and Hunting. If you're here for the first time I encourage you to poke around in the archives and leave your feedback in the comments.

Thanks for stopping in!


  1. Hey MMorse. Over at NEF we have a bunch of LOST fans. I passed on the link earlier today and I'm glad some of the guys have been over. Keep up the rewatches. They are amazing.

  2. Thanks, Jay. I'll have the next one up by tomorrow. I appreciate your linking to the site!

  3. another NEF guy here- love your write-ups

    I am wondering if you have a go-to site for theories and links/relationships that you may have missed?

    Lostpedia is really the only one I go to but would like to find another.

  4. Ryan,

    Thanks for checking the site out. Glad you're enjoying the write-ups.

    Believe it or not, I actually make a point of [b]not[/b] reading other sites before I write these columns. I'd like my thoughts to originate from me - I don't want to feel as though I'm poaching other people's insights.

    But, having said that, I can recommend Doc Jensen's episode recaps on Entertainment Weekly's site. Doc is the only guy I've consistently read throughout my time watching the show and while he's been wrong in his speculation more often than right, he's also very entertaining.

    Also worth checking out (I think - it's been a while since I tried re-reading them): J Wood's analysis on He's very literate, and while I didn't agree with him on much besides his ideas on 'mirroring,' he's well worth reading just for his knowledge of the books featured on the show. He stopped writing just as season 5 was ramping up due to some health problems, but there should be full episode write-ups for seasons 3 and 4.

    Again, I haven't read anything from either author since I started this project, but I've enjoyed their writing and you might enjoy it also.