Monday, April 27, 2009

News of the Week: 27 April 2009

Thousands flock to Korean ice fishing derby...Stan Bogdan and his reels...freshwater records have staying power...a new Coney Island flea market could be filled with angling treasures...don't neglect knots...Ryan Newman is a racing angler...50 years of the Beetle Spin...inside a rusty tackle box...Lake Delton begins to rebuild from the minnow on up...the Game Warden museum...a tackle shop you can call must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: Thousands flock to this Korean Ice Fishing Festival.

A nifty article on Stan Bogdan reels.

A new Coney Island Flea Market--opening 15 May 2009--may just be the place to find old fishing tackle...

Why freshwater fishing records have real staying power.

Neglecting knots can lead to disaster.

Wolf lake muskies are really mean.

NASCAR's Ryan Newman is a winner on the track and on the lake.

One angler's best catch is his license plate.

The best bait in your tackle box is confidence.

This tackle box is filled with too many baits.

Advice from fishing legend Minner Fish.

If you're out fishing in the Gulf of Mayheeco, watch out for sharks.

The Yuba Salmon season has been closed.

Celebrating 50 years of the Beetle Spin.

A look inside a rusty old tackle box.

From the DUH Files: The European Commission FINALLY admits its fishing policy is a massive failure.

Remember the tragedy at Lake Delton? Well, the rebirth of a lake begins with the stocking of the lowly minnow.

Al Espinoza call rodbuilding a "lost art."

A profile of master rod maker Wes Cooper.

Women who learn the art of fly angling.

One of North Dakota's real gems is the Game Warden museum.

Finishing with a Flourish: Why Beanie's at Maui's Landing is one of the great little bait shops around.

-- Dr. Todd

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