Monday, June 29, 2009

News of the Week: 28 June 2009

Your favorite blogger gets profiled by ESPN...a fossil piranha may just rewrite fishing history...climate change makes fish ears bigger...Larry Dahlberg gets profiled again...wearing pink is a winner for one pro angler...Buddy Vanderhoop, legendary charter boat captain...Vero Beach boat builder specializes in shallow water skiffs...Dame Juliana gets some press...more on the record Irish shark...anglers are urged to release all Scottish must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: Your favorite fishing history blogger makes the august pages of ESPN Outdoors/Bassmaster!

A new 3-foot piranha fossil may just bridge the gap between flesh and plant eaters.

Climate Change Update: CO2 makes fish ears bigger.

Yakima Bait Co. lines up an icon as a spokesperson.

One angler reminisces about the good ol' days.

Larry Dahlberg gets profiled (again).

How to fish with live eels.

This pro bass angler rides pink to the winner's circle.

In Northwich, UK, the anglers are in a war with the otters.

This Vero Beach boat builder is making boats for shallow water anglers.

Martha's Vineyard Magazine profiles charter boat legend Buddy Vanderhoop.

Catching a muskie is not all that hard, according to Gary Clancy.

How one angler became a manufacturer.

A Wausau, Wisconsin bait shop closes with the death of its owner.

A short profile of Dame Juliana Berners, the mother of modern angler.

Canada's Chilliwack Times notes that the local fishing Derby is luring families out to cast.

The New York state Brook Trout record has fallen.

Great White Sharks hunt just like Hannibal Lecter.

One man picks up a third career--running a campground and bait shop.

More on the record Sixgill Shark from Ireland.

Fishing Mill Lacs Lake, America's walleye capital.

Finishing With a Flourish: Anglers are urged to toss back all salmon in Scottish rivers.

-- Dr. Todd

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