Monday, April 4, 2011

News of the Week: 04 April 2011

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The New York Times remembers Stan Bogdan…Kansas fishing history…Stream Dreams is back…why is tackle so expensive?…Jaws gets another book…Dr. Tom's feathered wizardry…the 20 most influential bass lures…pertain' with the Pan Man…Blood Hook!…new Virginia record blue catfish…it must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: The New York Times memorializes Stan Bogdan.

The lure of Pensacola gives the origin of the Zara Spook.

A little bit of Kansas fishing history.
The book Stream Dreams is coming back into print.

A North Dakota outdoor writer on the high price of rods and reels.

The movie Jaws gets another book.

The feathered wizardry of Dr. Tom.

Wired2Fish weighs in on the 20 most influential bass fishing lures.

The Pan Man is a Perch catching machine.

Mother of a Barra is caught in Australia.

Don Palmer takes a new role with the Master Bass Circuit.

Tarpon reported at Tierra Verde.

Cumbrian lakes have an alien invader.

One Wisconsin film festivals remembers Blood Hook, the only fishing horror film.

British anglers are encouraged to attend waterways to give their opinion.

Roscoe's famed "First Cast" celebration attracts jazz pianist Laurence Hobgood and Oscar nominated actor Marc Ruffalo, who help the Dettes celebrate 83 years in the fly tying business.

Finishing with a Flourish: Buggs Island gives up a Virginia record 109 pound blue catfish.

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