Monday, October 26, 2009

News of the Week: 26 October 2009

The rest of the story on the World Record Bass...Twin Lakes tackle show gets some press...dolphins make a cool holds steady...more on the (possible) end of the bluefin...both new world record trout were caught on rapalas...some anglers prefer outrageous fish crime...a 60 pound cat...EPL star says fishing makes him better soccer player...a new fly angling journal...a custom rod builder gets must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: The Rest of the Story on the World Record Bass.

The Twin Lakes tackle show gets some nice press.

Dolphins are making a cool move.

Of red hooks and rattling lures.

Why fishing is doing well in a tough economy.

We are talking some BIG yellowfin tuna.

More discussion about the (possible) end of the bluefin tuna.

Hunter's invention may help anglers, too.

Oh, by the way, the new world record Brown and Rainbow were both caught on Rapalas.

These anglers prefer blondes.

Aussies are happy as Happy Micks is in new hands.

An (alleged) outrageous fish crime is exposed in Marin County.

Local Iowa man donates 257 fishing lures (mostly hand carved) to Nature Center.

Sissonville angler lands 60 pound catfish.

This angler is slightly more Montanan than you.
EPL soccer star claims angling makes him a better player.

This kid is hooked on fly-fishing.

Greenville angler lands monster flathead.

A review of the new magazine The Flyfish Journal.

There is a new eel fishing record. Of sorts.

Finishing with a Flourish: Randy Phillips is a talented custom rod builder.

-- Dr. Todd

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