Monday, June 30, 2008

News of the Week: 30 June 2008

Angler catches massive freshwater stringray...Berkley/Pure Fishing abandons its Iowa roots...cormorants are the bane of European fishermen...the art of filleting fish...tackle legend Jay B. Rhodes gets profiled...a world record tiger shark...a profile of Lefty Kreh...the world's first biodegradable plastic must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: British angler catches massive freshwater Stingray.

From the Sign of the Times Files--Berkley (Pure Fishing) to leave its ancestral home at Spirit Lake, Iowa.

Canadian women can learn to fish in the "Ladies, Let's Go Fishing" program.

This Iron Mountain, Michigan man repairs fishing tackle for kids.

Rapala VMC releases .new products.

The European Fishing Tackle Trade Association is shocked by the negative impact of cormorants on sustainable fishing populations.

The Minneapolis Star-Tribune teaches us the art of filleting fish.

The Crevally is a sought after fish, according to the Malaysia Star.

A third species of Bonefish has been discovered.

The economy is having a deleterious impact on the fishing tackle trade in British Columbia.

This angler doesn't spend much time on the water, but he makes his time count.

Florida Today declares that the price of fishing keeps going up and up.

Jay B. Rhodes--fishing tackle legend--gets a write up for his patented oil spout in

The Horry Independent regales us with a tale of a world record tiger shark.

Virginia has a new state record Golden Tilefish.

Alaska man lands 248 pound salmon shark.

There is a new world record spadefish.

According to outdoor writer Bill Ferris, bass eat anything.

This halibut is roughly the size of Shaquille O'Neal.

Hunting Tiger Muskies is a true challenge.

It was a dark and stormy night, and somewhere in the blackness, a big fish lurked...

One of America's best outdoor writers, Ray Sasser, profiles fly fishing legend Lefty Kreh

One man is on a mission to popularize Spey Casting.

Finishing With a Flourish: A Six-year effort results in the first biodegradable plastic lures.

-- Dr. Todd

1 comment:

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