Monday, November 1, 2010

News of the Week: 01 November 2010

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Is the lead ban on its way?'s largest fishing tournament...DBK Lures...Hamptons Bluefish...five star fishing down fishing reels...surfperch...spawning trout photographer...muskies on the fly...the Kelso NFLCC show gets some love...the Redditch needle museum displays fishing tackle...John Merwin asks if you've made provisions for what to do with your tackle if you die...Hamma Time! record tripletail...Putin shows his fishing charged with carrying weapon (a fishing rod) must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: The nation-wide ban on lead tackle may be here sooner than you think...

World's largest fishing tournament.

This fundraiser is a great kickoff for ice fishing season.

The story behind DBK Lures.

Bluefish in the Hamptons...

Five Stars and Fishing Reels down under.

Frabill announces a line of new ice fishing reels.

This is the time for surfperch.

The fine art of salmon fishing.

Steve Brown photographs spawning trout...

Muskies on the fly is sweeping Wisconsin.

The Kelso NFLCC show gets some great press.

Redditch's Forge Needle Museum is exhibiting a display of local fish hooks and tackle through Nov. 30.

Field & Stream's John Merwin asks, what will happen to your gear when your gone?

The Mississippi River is giving up some huge cats.

Aussie catches record black bream.

Ned Crabb opines on the lure of fishing Central Park.

Stop--Hamma Time!

Chico State's bass club is making waves.

The aptly named Big Fish Column.

Greg Parker nets a world record tripletail.

Don't miss the small stuff.

Vladimir Putin showing off his fishing chops again.

Finishing with a Flourish: British man charged with possession of an offensive weapon--a fishing rod.

-- Dr. Todd

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