West Virginia angler launches a new lighted fishing rod...bio-manipulation in Minneapolis...Pflueger plays a part in a WWII history book...chinooks return...man v. croc v. nile perch, part deux...Rapala buys a new toy...Yo-Zuri...walleye pro Mike Gofron sounds off...for one guide work = play...a 1930s rod, restored...spey casting tips...it must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!
The Big Lead: A West Virginia angler is set to launch his Night Light Fisherman rod.
My old stomping grounds of Lake Nokomis are being subject to "bio-manipulation."
A new book about a WWII airman from Akron who's wife worked at the Pflueger factory while he was fighting Nazis in Europe promises to be a fine read.
The return of the Chinook promises to be a boon.
A Cornish angler is set to get a record.
More on the man vs. Crocodile vs. Giant Nile Perch.
Piggeyback spoons are killer for bluegill.
Rapala VMC buys Ultrabite.
Aussie angler pens his second fishing book.
Yo-Zuri lures, kayaks, and old friends.
20 questions with walleye pro Mike Gofron.
Wahoo! Angler is surprised by big catch.
A Mille Lacs fishing guide says work = play.
Sturgeon lighten up a dismal angling day.
A 1930s vintage fishing rod has been restored for a local British museum.
The right equipment is everything in ice fishing.
Finishing with a Flourish: How to improve your spey casting.
-- Dr. Todd