Monday, August 9, 2010

News of the Week: 09 August 2010

B.A.S.S. has a new end to lead tackle?...Gary Loomis is sued by Loomis Inc.? falls for bogus shark video...backwoods Thomas is an all-pro angler...Hidden Lakes...confessions of a tackle in Finland...and Tasmania...Cornish angler catches weird fish...Harry "Bud" Grant is one of my must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: B.A.S.S. has a new owner--Don Logan of Birmingham, Alabama.

Rapala changes its executive board.

An end to lead fishing tackle?

Woodland fishing rod maker Gary Loomis is G. Loomis, Inc.?

Media falls for bogus Jersey shark video.

Backwoods brookies are an old-school lesson in angling.

Keith Sutton on man-eaters.

Mille Lacs lake is famous for walleyes, but I can personally attest it has some big bass too.

Cleveland Browns Joe Thomas is a dedicated angler and fishing show host.

The aptly named Hidden Lakes are living up to their name.

Confessions of a tackle junkie.

Finland's Helsinki Times declares "I caught a fish this big."

Trees, fish, and worms...

Tasmania opens its world-class trout fishing up to the world.

Cornish angler catches deep sea fish five miles inland....

In the catfish world, ops are tops.

Finishing with a Flourish: The Old Ball Coach--Harry "Bud" Grant--still fishes the same waters as I do in Northern Wisconsin.

-- Dr. Todd

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