Monday, March 29, 2010

News of the Week: 29 March 2010

Woman bow hunting fish gets jaw broken by flying carp...Lady Gaga goes fishing...200 singing fish on a Volvo...rodmaker Ray Wright dies in tragic accident...Fred Hall is over for this year...Bad Day at Flat Rock: $20,000 worth of reels stolen...shad fishing is upon us...Bassmaster Classic TV show gets a sports Emmy praise of stubby rods...Euro fly fishing techniques infiltrate America...discovering the line dryer courtesy Terry Kovel...a totally awesome fishing adventure...Doc Samson, walleye pro...Tim Tebow would rather go fishing...the first immortal creature lives in the sea, must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: A woman bow hunting fish gets her jaw broken by a carp. You simply can't make this stuff up.

From Tosh.0 -- I don't know whether to laugh or cry at this picture:

Lady Gaga goes fishing. In 8 inch heels. Seriously.

Would you put 200 singing fish on your Volvo? No? Well, then you are NOT this guy.

Bamboo rodmaker Ray Wright has tragically passed away. Read about the story by Clicking Here.

The Fred Hall show has wrapped up.

Fishing line is a real hazard.

Bad Day at Flat Rock: A nearly $20,000 theft of fishing reels in Flat Rock.

Britain's Matt Hayes still loves coarse fishing.

Springtime fun is a hickory shad run.

Bassmaster Classic TV show gets another Sports Emmy nomination.

Dust off your fishing rod--so sayeth the New Hampshirites.

Stubby rods make better fishing tools.

Anglers are competing for the President's Cup.

Euro fly fishing techniques are infiltrating America.

Terry Kovel seems stunned there ever was something called a "line dryer."

Dr. Bill Shelton's Totally Awesome Fishing Adventure.

20 Q's with walleye pro Doc Samson.

Night fishing in calm waters = paradise.

A proposed fishing ban in a popular Nova Scotia lake.

The pleasures of angling.

Pro football prospect Tim Tebow may go fishing rather than attend the draft.

Finishing With a Flourish: The world's first immortal being, and of course, it's a marine animal.

-- Dr. Todd

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