Monday, January 17, 2011

News of the Week: January 17, 2011

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Lures that don't catch fish catch collectors…class attracts 300 students to learn to fish…fishos and boaties unite…a review of Fred Fort's new fishing book…Rochester's best kept secret…in Ulverston a fishy rumor is put to rest…walleyes beneath the ice…Tonga is a fishing paradise…the fabulous ice fish…Strike King history...young angler tries to catch a lot of fish…it must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: Some lures flunk with fish but catch collectors.

This Mosley class attracts 300 students to learn about fishing.

Outdoor shows offer cure for cabin fever.

Why fishos and boaties are wanted for their input.

A review of Fred Fort's Against the Flow: Wading through Eastern Europe.

Why fishing is one of Rochester's best kept secrets.

Annapolis' Anglers Sport Center celebrates a golden birthday.

In Britain's Ulverston, a fishy rumor is dispelled.

Put-in-Bay: where Walleyes lurk beneath the ice.

Newspaper editor retires and gets killer rod-and-reel combo.

Tell me have you seen the fabulous ice fish?

Tonga is a big game fishing paradise.

In Zapata, the Falcon Lake Babes hold a tournament.

A little history of Strike King Bait Company.

Finishing with a Flourish: Young angler attempts to catch species of all statures.

-- Dr. Todd

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