Monday, October 25, 2010

News of the Week: 25 October 2010

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Ted Takasaki gets profiled...swordfish experts think rough waters...9 year old tragically dies while fishing...remembering Russell Blessing, wooly bugger inventor...Joseph Jefferson, actor and angler...salmon are ready to spawn...striper anglers await vs. artificial debate...loving Red Drum....Rapala buys back shares...shore angling for groupers is shut down...a review of Four Fish by Paul must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: A great portrait of fishing legend Ted Takasaki.

Swordfish experts think alike.

The best tips and practices for fishing in rough waters.

Apparently it's good fishing wherever you lucky dog, you.

Horrible news from South Africa: nine year old boy electrocuted while fishing.

Fly Rod & Reel remembers Russell Blessing, creator of the Wooly Bugger.

Fishing for the Great White Sturgeon.

Remembering Joseph Jefferson: Victorian actor and dedicated angler.

In pursuit of fly rod trout...

Rain has salmon ready to spawn.

Musky memories.

Striper anglers anxious for action.

Another debate on live vs. artificial bait.

The beloved Red Drum gives lots of thrills.

More love for the great film The Lost World of Mr. Hardy.

Rapala continues to buy back own shares.

Glory days in the surf.

THIS is the week to catch a big blue.

In South Bend, muskies and bluegills are on fire.

The super-sensitive Airity Rod.

Shutdown may mean the end of offshore angling for groupers.

Hall-of-Famer George Douglas adapts to steelhead waters.

Finishing with a Flourish: A review of Paul Greenberg's Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food.

-- Dr. Todd

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