Monday, June 23, 2008

News of the Week: 23 June 2008

A bachelor party gets busted up by a huge Asian Carp...a fisherman dies tragically in a fishing tournament...why your favorite lures are the best bets in the dog days of returns to the formerly dead Aral Sea...why you should allow listen to your fishing guide...Press Powell of the Powell Rod Company gets a fellowship endowed in his must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: This 64 pound Bighead Asian Carp busts up one man's bachelor party.

From the Tragic Files: One boater dies at the Jollymon Fishing Classic.

The New York Times references a man who takes his cue from angling.

The Windsor Beacon tells us that fishing is a hobby you can get hooked on.

Why you should go to your favorite lures during the dog days of summer.

This tackle shop owner reveals his tricks of the trade.

These families spend the day fishing together.

Why fly anglers love to target bluefish.

A Pocono Record reporter has the time of his life fishing from an inflatable boat.

The World Bank says that fishing will return to the Aral Sea, the site of one of the world's worst ecological disasters.

This Toledo resident finally lands a trophy Permit on a fly rod--after 12 long years of trying.

The Maverick Boat Company opens its doors to visitors.

John Holyoke declares that anglers do well to heed the advice of fishing guides. And doctors...And accountants...folks they are professionals. A fishing guide knows what he or she is talking about.

The East Hampton Star reports on where the sand eels gather...sounds like the title of a cool kids book.

Bass Pro Gene Gray informs us how to extend the life of your soft baits.

The fishing report from South Africa: now is the time for the 'die hards.'

Kansas City will be the home of the new 400,000 square foot Pure Fishing distribution center.

Pro fisherman Jamie Hartman gives his bass fishing tips.

The Monster Pike of North Caribou, Ontario.

This shark story is a big fish tale.

Press Powell of the Powell Rod Company gets a research fellowship established in his name.

Brad Harris boats a 904-pound marlin off the Bahamas.

The Journal Press orders us to keep those catfish.

Angler catches 50-pound, 51-inch striped bass.

Finishing with a Flourish: This angler is set to raise funds for a hospice.

-- Dr. Todd

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