Monday, May 2, 2011

News of the Week: 02 May 2011

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When salmon was king…Alabama pay-to-fish lakes aren't so bad…best bass lure ever?…Brit anglers robbed of tackle…Catskill museum has a busy month…of walleyes, smelt and pike…South African angling tragedy…a bio of extreme angler Jeremy Wade…fishing the North Shore…a grandfather's dream kept alive…Spinno Minnow baby…lady's fashions keep fly tiers in stitches…it must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: Then and Now recalls when Salmon was king.

Alabama's pay-to-fish lakes are a good deal.

Wired2Fish gives us the most influential bass lure of all time: the Creme Wiggle Worm.

In South Yorkshire, kids learn to catch trout.

Warren Martin is on the track of a huge cash prize.

British anglers robbed of fishing tackle.

The Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum has a busy May planned.

Local anglers in Oneida await walleye season.

Of walleyes, pike and smelt.

In South Africa, a fishing tragedy.

Another bio of extreme angler Jeremy Wade.

Why you should throw the trophies back.

Graphite fly rods…from scratch.

The joy of trout fishing on the North Shore.

Monster pike: fact and fiction.

Angling to keep a grandfather's dreams alive.

Remembering Canada's Ted Peck, tv fishing host.

Field & Stream's vintage tackle contest winner is the Spinno Minnow.

Finishing with a Flourish: How fashion is plundering the fly tying shop.

-- Dr. Todd

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