Monday, March 30, 2009

News of the Week: 30 March 2009

Zebco recalls fishing rods due to lead paint...why downsizing your tackle box might work brings home the cheap dinner...the final word on Antique Tackle and Fishing Lure Day...refining your lures...7 year old girl better angler than you...Oklahoma christens big bass season with two 14 pound hawgs...Russia releases 20 billion rubles for the troubled fishing industry...a ten inch Alabama Spotted Bass is one man's lunker...mourning the loss of your favorite fishing lure...a recipe for a smooth is still must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: First Shakespeare, now Zebco forced to recall kid's fishing rods.

Why downsizing your tackle box may be a good idea. You can always send the excess lures and reels directly to me...

More Economic News: Why fishing is an easy way to bring home a cheap dinner.

A report on the Antique Tackle and Fishing Lure Day in Arkansas.

A review of Zeno Hromin's Hunt for Big Stripers.

Why now is a good time to refine your fishing lures.

7-year old girl much better angler than you; lands sailfish twice her size.

Stripers are beginning to reappear in Delaware Bay.

Oklahoma's Big Bass Season has begun with two 14-pound lunkers.

How to hook kids on fishing.

The Panther Martin is still slaying bronzebacks.

Russia has released 20 billion rubles ($600 million) for the desperate fishing industry.

Memories of a great angler.

More on the forthcoming documentary "From Barbed Wire to Barbed Hooks: Fishing Stories from Manzanar."

Why a ten-inch Alabama Spotted Bass is a lunker to one proud papa.

One writer mourns the loss of his favorite fishing lure: Little Red.

John Merwin gives us a recipe for a smooth drag.

The Big Lead: Apparently, fishing is still a popular past time. I would never have guessed that.

-- Dr. Todd

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