Monday, April 19, 2010

News of the Week: 19 April 2010




The future of fishing rods is triangular...noodling in Oklahoma...bass pro gets caught cheating...Tru Turn hooks....rock snot...lure choices that outgrow the tackle box...Pure Fishing partners with Boy Scouts of America...scientists and government at odds over the Snake River salmon...high water is heaven down under..fly angling made easy...hooking first timers...your only as safe as your anchor...122-pound cobia may be record...snagging paddlefish on Lake of the Ozarks...legend of monster cats...Tenkara: spread the word...Mariki Izumi, fishing show host...a new snap...Minnesota Muskie expo...new all tackle burbot record...it must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: Could the future of fishing rods be triangular?


An Okie Noodling Contest.

A bass pro gets caught cheating.

The Scotsman declares anglers are suckers for new gadgets.

Tru-Turn is an angling standard.


How do you stop rock snot? Spread the word.


Some lure choices have outgrown the tackle box.

Good News: Pure Fishing teams up with the Boy Scouts of America.

Scientists and the government at odds over salmon and the Snake River.

Down Under, they are in heaven in high water.


Britain's great Daily Telegraph declares fly angling easy.


How a first-timer can get hooked for life.

Why the perfect lure doesn't have to be pricey.

Why you are only as safe as your anchor is strong.

A huge 122-pound Cobia may be a line class record .

Snagging giant paddlefish is a rite of spring on Lake of the Ozarks.

The legend of monster cats...


Spreading the word on Tenkara.

Meet Mariko Izumi, Canadian tv fishing show host and "sexiest angler."

This high school coach has gone fishing.

Florida wins the college national championship for fishing.

Which makes Duke upset and vow to win it next year.

Does this snap mean fishing evolution?


A Minnesota Muskie expo is always going to be a hit.


Finishing with a Flourish: A new all-tackle world record burbot caught in Canada.



-- Dr. Todd

2 comments:

Rick said...

I'm from Oklahoma. I can't imagine sticking my arm in a mud hole waiting for a huge catfish to clamp down on it.

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