Monday, September 27, 2010

News of the Week: 27 September 2010

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Kodiak Custom Spinners are the bees' knees...salmon eggs for steelhead...tackle box lost for 25 years turns up...Michigan anglers against lead fish in danger of overfishing...Aussie tackle store has a lot of support...Mitford girls are crazy, and the families they married too...Sean Carey, angling musician...flea market fool thinks reel is worth $40,000...sight fishing for book on British Tuna Fishing...Martha's Vineyard Derby is attracting veteran must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: The creation of Kodiak Custom spinners is a modern day angling fairy tale.

Salmon eggs are a favorite of the steelhead.

Man loses tackle box with keys in it 25 years ago; is reunited with it in present.

Michigan anglers fight the proposed ban on lead lures.

Why the Tennessee River is a famous attraction.

The top species of fish that are in danger of being overfished.

The movement to save popular Aussie's tackle store is growing.

Don't put that rod away, fall fishing beckons.

Everyone knows the Mitford girls were crazy, but there is a fabulous salmon angling anecdote that shows they married into equally crazy families.

The kiwis are angling for life and fun.

An interview with Sean Carey, angler and musician.

The York Press reviews "Three Men In A Boat."

Iron Rock Flea Marketer hopes to sell fishing reel for $40,000. Seriously.

Man sails up to his own search-and-rescue operation.

Sight fishing for Silvers.

Salmon running on the Salmon River.

Invasive "Killer Shrimp" has British anglers worried.

Jill Meier opines on what happens when the walleye fishing isn't so hot.

This new book on Giant Tuna fishing in Britain looks great.

Bluestone Lake angler breaks the West Virginia state striper record.

Finishing With a Flourish: The Martha's Vineyard Derby attracts veteran anglers.

-- Dr. Todd

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Wow, those are great photos! I love that Salmon river the most. I wish to reach that place one of these days (years?). I also have a site I wanna share. It's about Trout Fishing Lures. If you have time, check trout fishing lures. It gives out really great information related to that hobby (of mine too)..