Monday, October 18, 2010

News of the Week: 18 October 2010

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Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame and IGFA announce 2011 inductees...Arkansas tackle show gets times on Long Pond...Catfish Dave...marsh fishing...silvers are the best salmon ever?...huge steelie caught on Clearwater River...a garage sale I'd like to go to...Irish pike angler catches 397th 20+ pound record Kokanee...Indiana man gets 53 inch pike...custom rodmaker Russ must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: The Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame announces its 2011 class...and the IGFA readies to induct five into its Hall of Fame.

The Arkansas tackle show gets some great press (and a neat photo of Jerry McCoy to boot):

Fun times on Long Pond.

Catfish Dave makes dreams come true.

ESPN goes marsh fishing.

Southern Outdoor Writers gather...chaos ensues?

Writing, the limelight, and why good writers should just chuck it all and go fishing.

Field & Stream's Deeter proclaims silvers the best salmon of all.

Huge steelhead caught on Clearwater River.

Outdoor writer has a garage sale...I wish I was at.

Irish pike angler zeroes in on his 400th 20+ pound pike.

British fishery boss says 40% of all fish kills due to fish pellets.

Pendelton man catches record Kokanee Salmon.

Indiana man nets 53-inch Northern Pike on Ontario fishing trip.

Finishing with a Flourish: Russ Pritchard, custom rodmaker, gets profiled.

-- Dr. Todd

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