The NY Times on ice spearing...a tackle shop in the family for three generations...one man's lifelong passion for tackle collecting...a monster at night...lots of ice fishing...one man goes overboard to land a fish...a 10th grader sets up fishing school for needy teens...it must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!
The Big Lead: The august New York Times opines on Ice Spearing...
Pioneering bamboo rod historian Martin Keane passes away.
Snook season is upon us.
A Baltimore tackle shop has been in the family for three generations.
A passion for collecting fishing tackle has encompassed one man's life.
An angler who changes his stripes.
Some anglers like it cold.
Bass angling through the ice.
If you're only going to get one bite, it might as well be a monster.
A new tackle firm tries to tackle the web.
An angler catches a Tennessee state record spotted bass.
A Naples native catches a monster tripletail.
A Chicago angler seeks a resolution on the channel catfish.
400 attend tackle show to learn fly tying.
This angler goes overboard to land a fish.
Ice fishing for big Minnesota pike.
Finishing With a Flourish: A 10th Grader creates fishing clinics for low-income students.
-- Dr. Todd