Sunday, April 27, 2008

The News of the Week: 28 April 2008

A Jaws-like hunt is on for a killer Northern Pike...the return of a tackle box restores one woman's faith in humanity...confessions of a fishing tackleaholic...Rapala makes a move that has Wall Street's attention...Striper Wars...the ugly truth behind Cabela's...five legendary fishing lures...rodmaker Todd Ushijima gets must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: A Jaws-like Northern Pike haunts the waters of this British canal, eating ducks and terrorizing the local angling populace.

The South Bend Tribune reports on a bass class that hooks students

The Detroit Free Press tells us this Pflueger patriarch is worth the money.

Foster's Daily Democrat poses the age old query: Daddy, can we go fishing?

Apparently, it's time to break out the fishing poles.

Missing, the return of her fishing tackle restored her faith in humanity. Fishing there anything they can't do?

The Utica Observer-Dispatch declares jigging can produce tasty walleye.

This Costa Rican adventure yielded the first Pacific sailfish.

This Canadian fishing pro is living the dream.

From the Psychological Angler Files: Confessions of a Fishing Tackleaholic.

Why Tarpon Time is a serious time for anglers.

Fish are practically jumping into boats in Tennessee now.

Striper Wars: An American Fish Tale.

The Arlington Daily Herald opines on five lures that made a lasting legacy.

Rapala begins the long road towards buying back its own shares.

A profile of a fishing knot: Vic Dunaway's uni-knot.

From the Headline of the Week Files: "Bus Route Blow for Angler's Shop."

The Virginia Fly Fishing Festival is profiled, along with fly tier Shane Buckner.

The ugly truth on how Cabela's works.

Sam Cook on the Muskies of Lake Vermillion.

The legendary Detroit River walleye run.

The Kane County Chronicle, you know--the small Chicago daily that still covers outdoor sports, gives you 11 lures to put in your tackle box.

Finishing with a Flourish: The Vallejo Times-Herald profiles rodmaker Todd Ushijima.

-- Dr. Todd

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