Monday, January 18, 2010

News of the Week: 18 January 2010

Giant tuna sells for record for Humboldt Squid?...Roger Grimball passes...John Butts is a tackle maker...the Milwaukee show article makes the rounds, again...a bench dedicated to the one that got away...latest tackle on the market...100 year old man got that way because he fishes...whitefish are hot...did Kurita get a raw deal?...a new world record must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: Giant tuna sells for near record price...

Richard Lodge sends news that Massachusetts may ban commercial striper fishing.

Fishing for Humboldt really.

Noted collector Dr. Roger Grimball passes away.

John Butts' fishing success leads to a career in tackle.

An Angling for Youth project on the River Tay.

Old lures that hook collectors.

Tampa's newest bench is dedicated to an angler, and perhaps, to the one that got away.

The latest tackle on the market.

John Merwin on fluorocarbons ...

ESPN profiles the boy who loved to fish.

One centenarian shows how to live to be 100: fish more.

The hot "in" fish? The whitefish .

Australia isn't changing, especially when it comes to fishing, and that's a good thing.

One man thinks Manabu Kurita got a raw deal.

This backcountry tournament requires only one jig, one fly, and one day.

Mud Minnows are the inaccessible bait of the season.

Maine's Mattawamkeag offers both bass and trout at the same time.

Making your own flies is fun and satisfying.

Finishing With a Flourish: A world record carp is captured in France.

-- Dr. Todd

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