Monday, November 15, 2010

News of the Week: 15 November 2010

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13-year old girl catches 58 pound striper...anglers still rejoicing over EPA decision not to ban lead...owner of Fle-Fly Tackle passes on...Roger Hellen has an official brown trout world record...kiwis are trout mad...Danish tourist helplessly watches Aussie drown while retrieving fallen fishing rod...bullheads anyone?...insect hatch ruins streamer test...pleasures of perch...mentoring young anglers...tackle giant lays off 24...a review of the new book Black River must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: 13 year old girl much, much, much better angler than you: catches 58 pound striper.

Why many anglers are rejoicing over the EPA's decision not to ban lead tackle.

Walleyes are hitting in Southern Minnesota.

The proprietor of Fle-Fly tackle has passed away.

Roger Hellen's trout is certainly bigger than yours.

And a world record to boot.

Even the Kiwis are trout-mad.

Sad news: two Dayton, Ohio tackle shops are closing.

Young Anglers fishing day is a roaring success.

Danish tourist watches in horror as Aussie angler drowns trying to retrieve fishing rod.

Honk if you love bullheads.

New streamer testing sidetracked by insect hatch.

The pleasure of perch.

Fishing mentors pass on outdoor skills.

Teaching a four year old to fly fish.

British tackle giant lays off 24.

Finishing with a Flourish: A review of Max Werner's fly fishing book Black River Dreams.

-- Dr. Todd

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