The Big Lead: Marilyn Monroe becomes a hall-of-famer for her contributions to...Fishing Tackle?
More news on Gibbs/Nortac, who have had a nice run of press of late.
The Kingston Whig-Standard profiles Jim Baird and his tackle collection.
Apparently, hot lures produce in summer. No word on luke warms one, though.
One writer has fallen in love with a one-piece 7-foot Falcon rod.
This Winnipeg Sun writer gets turned on by crank baits.
16-year MUCH, MUCH better fisherman than you; breaks world record for blacktip shark.
Here's a novel idea for beating the gas crunch: fish closer to home.
A Mystic, CT company wins top prize for fishing lures at ICAST.
The Durham News reports on a fishing tackle shop surviving in this tough economy.
Another tackle shop, like the Phoenix of old, rises from the ashes.
A third bait shop makes the news in Staten Island.
There can be no fooling when it comes to monster fish.
Perch like dead maggots. People? Not so much..
Urban anglers are all the rage...in Idaho?
An Ambler man lands a 300-pound Thresher shark.
One Wisconsin woman has declared war on the invasive Zebra mussel.
From the Sign of the Times Files: The Miami Beach Rod & Reel Club is forced to sell its ancestral home because taxes are too burdensome.
10-Year Old better angler than you, lands 54.5 pound Dolphin fish.
This Conservation officer takes fifth graders fishing.
UPDATE: 13 pound, 4 ounce Golden Rainbow Trout disallowed as Indiana state record.
MSNBC reports on a fisherman who hooks a drowning man with a fishing lure and hauls him in to safety. Fishing lures...is there anything they can't do?
A new one-million dollar Rangeley, Maine museum will be home to Cornelia "Fly Rod" Crosby, Carrie Stevens, and other luminaries of local fishing history.
Finishing with a Flourish: The American Sportfishing Association gives us its 10 most important historical fishing products of the last 75 years. Controversial? Yes. Let's hear your choices!
-- Dr. Todd