Monday, November 29, 2010

News of the Week: 29 November 2010

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Asian carp in Lake Erie?...big seas bring no fish...Tinley Park show celebrates 18 years...British angling company Bennett's goes under...Tom Bedell, son of Berkley Bedell, is a guitar man...a big barbel on float tackle...BBC radio man Tony Wadsworth explores his Leicester Street past...Scots hate this Amerrican import...the king of kingfish down under...Brunei holds a fishing tourney...Croatian angler gets huge shock...consistency is the key for pro anglers...Riaan Manser kayaks around must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: Asian carp offer much to fear in Lake Erie.

Big seas but no fish.

Illinois' Tinley Park fishing show enters its 18th year.

Sad News: British angling giant Bennett's goes under.

Tom Bedell--son of famed angling legend Berkley Bedell--is a self-proclaimed guitar hippie.

Giant barbel caught on float tackle.

BBC radio man Tony Wadsworth explored Leicester High street history (including his father's tackle shop). With video.

In Glasgow, this American is unwelcome.

Ice fishing is right around the corner.

Down Under, this rates at the king of kingfish.

Brunei holds its 40th anniversary fishing tournament (with video).

In Croatia, an angler is injured by huge electric shock.

The Deccan Chronicle urges all Indians to go fishing.

Walleye Central gives us 20 questions with Gary and Nicholas Zart.

Sami Omari on learning how to fly (fish).

Consistency is the secret for pro anglers.

Finishing with a Flourish: Riaan Manser travels around Madagascar in a kayak and fishes, writes book about experience.

-- Dr. Todd

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