Monday, April 11, 2011

News of the Week: 11 April 2011

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Longtime collector Andy Foster gets profiled…the joy of gravel pits…a good season for Michigan Steelhead?…stopping gilnetters on the Columbia…saltwater anglers off the hook when it comes to saltwater fee…stream etiquette…remembering Blood Hook…Larry King is new Wal-Mart tackle spokesman?…Bill Eshelman, custom rod maker…Paddlefish snaggers…Mitch Keller remembers Stan Bogdan…how to teach an Orvis fly fishing class…Sylvie Malo-Clark ties a mean fly…a father's tackle box sparks memories…it must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: One of the truly good guys in the collecting world, Andy Foster, gets profiled.

Why gravel pits offer up fishing treasure.

Michigan Steelheaders could be in for a long, productive season.

New bill would limit salmon gillnetters on the Columbia.

New York saltwater anglers off the hook when it comes to fee.

Ken Coleman opines on stream etiquette .

Joe Cermele explores the beauty that is Blood Hook.

Is Larry King Wal-Mart's new fishing tackle spokesman?

The Palmyra NFLCC show gets a bump, with a great photo to boot.

Bill Eshelman's custom rods are getting popular.

Paddlefish snaggers put in WAY too much work for a fish that doesn't take a lure.

Mitch Keller remembers Stan Bogdan.

How to teach an Orvis fly fishing class.

This Western professor offers a workshop on fly casting.

Sylvie Malo-Clark shows you how to master the art of fly tying.

Finishing with a Flourish: Dad's old tackle box .

-- Dr. Todd

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