Monday, January 19, 2009

News of the Week: 19 January 2009

Orvis is hit by layoffs...more on the NFLCC Milwaukee show...a coho lands an angler in trouble...the Future Fisherman Foundation is a fine fishing is everywhere...even in Lithuania...and even students are doing it...a 42 year boatman's career...Lefty Kreh opines on his life in fly fishing...lots of big swordfish...a near record fishing as therapy for wounded must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: First Winston, now Orvis is hit by cutbacks and layoffs.

Florida fishing is a fun and cheap thrill, especially from the shore.

A last look at the NFLCC Milwaukee show.

Angler hooks trouble when he lands a coho.

The Albany Herald says outdoor life is full of surprises.

The Future Fisherman Foundation is an organization designed to create a new generation of anglers.

Ice fishing is good for the soul.

In New Zealand, they are fishing in the name of research.

A British writer opines on the mysteries of pike fishing.

Students are even getting in on the ice fishing thing.

In a similar vein, The Hamburg Sun gives us tips on ice fishing.

And they are even ice fishing in Lithuania.

Wisconsin has some great pike fishing hotspots.

One man's 42 year career at a boathouse makes for interesting reading.

Battle that nasty case of cabin fever with a nice tackle check-up.

Strong Reels = Stronger Fishing.

Night trolling brings BIG swordfish.

But so does day fishing.

A Norwegian angler nearly breaks the world record for halibut.

In Australia, the action on the lakes is starting to heat up.

Lefty Kreh shares his history as a fly angler.

Finishing with a Flourish: Fly fishing used as therapy for wounded veterans.

-- Dr. Todd

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