Monday, September 20, 2010

News of the Week: 19 September 2010

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Lefty Kreh is still making a splash...extreme fishing...tackle thefts on the rise in Britain...tour a salmon hatchery near Syracuse...the Atlas Legend 400 are catching the fishing bug...River Run Tackle musky lures...the box of evil lures...Brits catch massive 54 pound carp...the latest on the EPA Lead Tackle ban...Tenkara fishing is all the must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: Fly fishing legend Lefty Kreh is still making a big splash.

A kayak, a gar, and insanity ensues.

Man catches little sturgeon, controversy erupts.

Fishing that takes on an edge.

In Britain, there is an increase in tackle thefts.

The town of St. Helens has lost its character (because the tackle shop closed).

How to chose the right rod.

Man realizes his dream with his tackle catches.

Project Healing Waters gets its own boat.

If you're near Syracuse, come tour the salmon hatchery.

A press release for the new Atlas Legend 400 saltwater fishing reel.

The fishing bug is hitting young anglers.

River Run Tackle is making some killer musky lures.

These British anglers reel in centenary prizes.

This Aussie writer hates his box of evil lures.

British angler catches massive 54 pound carp.

The latest on the proposed EPA Lead Tackle Ban.

Two brothers catch massive mirror carp.

FInishing with a Flourish: Why Tenkara fishing is catching on all across America.

-- Dr. Todd

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