Monday, October 20, 2008

News of the Week: 20 October 2008

Bernie Schultz gets a shout out before the Bassmaster Classic...fall is musky it is for pike...PETA rears its ugly head...Indian kids love to Ocean City bait shop faces eminent domain...sea lion steals 30 pound musky baits...angler boats 700 pound sturgeon...pikeminnows at $8 a a rod away feels must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: profiles everyone's favorite pro angler Bernie Schultz.

The Green Bay Press Gazette reports that the musky fishing is great.

BASS Pro Preston Clark has a cameo in the movie Bait Shop--and runs into PETA to boot.

Autumn is the best time for big pike.

In India, like everywhere else, fishing is fun for kids.
An Ocean City bait shop is threatened by eminent domain.

From the Hemingway Prose Files: "And then the seas parted...".

This Florida fishing village refuses to go away.

The latest hot catches from the IGFA.

An angler loses a 30-pound fish to a...sea lion?

Three men meet in Cleveland in search of Dunkleoesteus, an ancient fish fossil.

The ailing economy is hurting the sportfishing business...

New surface baits for muskellunge will be next decade's collectible lures.

This Whittier, CA resident lands a 700 pound sturgeon.

Tactics and lures for catching big bass.

The quest for permit on the fly.

Floridian Karl Wickstrom is slated for induction into the IGFA.

Wanted Dead or Alive: the Pikeminnow, at $8 a pop.

In Britain, anglers prefer blondes.

The mystery of the Trico fall.

Finishing with a Flourish: Rods are most valuable when they are given away.

-- Dr. Todd

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