Monday, July 19, 2010

News of the Week: 19 July 2010

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Antique tackle lures collectors...old school jigs still outfish nearly every other lure...ICAST tackle innovations...teenager involved in freak fishing accident vows to fish Pennsylvania...ICAST has record attendance...tangle free reels...National Fishing Month is upon us...Monster Fish TV series premiers...Michigan man opens custom rod must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: Robbie Pavey declares that antique fishing tackle is luring collectors.

Why the old school jig still outfishes nearly all other lures.

Louisiana Sportsman highlights the newest tackle innovations.

A teenager hospitalized from freak fishing accident will not give up his rod and reel.

How to get hooked on Pennsylvania fishing.

ESPN declares ICAST has record attendance.

Why some tackle retailers are being hit by unrest in China.

Why anglers love a tangle-free reel.

Why picking the right reel can be difficult for first-timers.

National Fishing Month is set to begin.

Paul Smith finds the mysterious angler who boated a 48" musky.

Monster Fish TV series premiers on National Geographic...

ICAST's 2010 "Best of Show" honors.

Finishing with a Flourish: One Michigan man is opening a custom rodmaking business.

-- Dr. Todd

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