Monday, December 7, 2009

News of the Week: 07 December 2009

The Rockport Pilot gets a patent...salmon return to Ireland after 200 years...more on George Perry...and the Kurita bass...famed tenor is son of tackle shop owner...walleyes are on the move...20 questions with Gary Parsons...the Bodalla Fish tyin' ain't easy...greening the must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: The Rockport Pilot fishing lure gets a patent.

The Irish Times regales us with six salmon a-leaping--the tale of the salmon's return to the River Monnow.

More on George Perry from the Tampa Tribune ...and on the Kurita bass.

Famed Irish tenor James Nelson is the son of a tackle shop owner.

When the water gets cold, the walleyes get active.

Well, if this year didn't treat you well from an angling stand point, next year promises to be better.

20 questions with walleye pro Gary Parsons.

The Lost World of Mr. Hardy gets another glowing review from The Oxford Times.

Fluke anglers must now register their fish.

The Narooma News details the Bodalla Fish Museum.

Tying flies ain't easy.

The priest is a fly angler.

A once in a blue moon fish.

Finishing With a Flourish: Dreaming of a Green Mekong.

-- Dr. Todd

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