Monday, November 9, 2009

News of the Week: 09 November 2009

Local students help improve local attracts NASCAR drivers...Maine game wardens...Diana Rudolph...tackle boxes are not just for lures...follow birds to find angling game for Nintendo Wii...girls go nuts for salmon gear...the Orvis hydro...Goliath! Cornwall a new license tag on all rods...DNA test on potential record catch...the skinny on the new Hemingway must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: These students are working to improve local fishing.

Fishing tournament is luring NASCAR drivers.

Game Wardens in Maine have a tough job.

Diana Rudolph is following in her father's footsteps.

Deep blue anglers are having a good week.

In Jersey, the bass are biting on eels.

Heloise says tackle boxes are not just for lures.

Why you should follow the birds to find fish...

Fishing for Bluefin...from a kayak. Insane.

One man tries to catch 700 pounds in six hours.

Why boat shows are not just for boys looking for toys anymore.

A review of the Nintendo Wii's Reel Fishing: Angler's Dream game.

Kayak Angler magazine on striking redfish gold.

Britain's Daily Telegraph says that girls go for salmon tackle.

The Boy Scouts of America promote fishing to the masses.


Theater wizard Keith Oberfeld is a fly angler.

Sharks are in trouble so here's how you can help.

Virginia has a new record Tilefish.

The Orvis Hydros fly fishing rod.

Tie on a streamer because its Big Brown time.

Spey style fly lines.

China's Joong Ang Daily tells us that Chinese anglers are fishing for moments of peace.

In Cornwall, new fishing rods come with a new license tag.

Briton Donald Black passes away; was amateur rod maker and war hero.

This angler is awaiting a DNA test on his record catch.

Finishing with a Flourish: Anthony Hopkins to star in new Ernest Hemingway movie.

-- Dr. Todd

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