Tuesday, July 5, 2011

News of the Week: 05 July 2011

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Bagley owner Bill Cullerton is interviewed…Kiwi tackle shop struggles to rebuild after earthquake…ORCA's Wisconsin convention gets a nice boost…NH loons being injured by discarded tackle…Britons celebrate independents' day by catching, cleaning, eating fish…NY State Outdoors Hall-of-Fame gets a new home…British anglers have final chance to get say in future of largest lake…B.A.S.S. angler John Crews is a compassionate guy…family attacked by flying carp…Field & Stream vintage tackle winner is a home-made ice fishing rod…Austrian angler gets zapped by power line…Schuykill river returns…angling in Thailand…your cell phone is scaring off fish…don't fear the ferrule in pack rods…30 million Americans fish…it must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

THE BIG LEAD: An interview with new Bagley owner Bill Cullerton.

One Kiwi tackle shop struggles to rebuild after devastating earthquake.

ORCA's upcoming convention gets a nice boost.

New Hampshire loons are dying from fishing tackle.

in Britain Independents' Day means catching, cooking, eating fish.

The New York State Outdoorsman Hall-of-Fame has a new museum.

Anglers have last chance to get input into the future of Britain's largest lake.

B.A.S.S. angler John Crews is hooked on compassion.

Family attacked by Flying Asian Carp.

A fishing rod full of memories.

Field & Stream's vintage tackle winner this week is a great home-made ice fishing rod.

Austrian angler injured when rod touches power line.

The Schuykill river is making a comeback.

Angling in Bangkok.

Why your phone is scaring off fish.

Fly Rod & Reel says don't fear the ferrule in pack rods.

The Payson Roundup declares summer trout fishing in full swing.

Finishing with a Flourish: U.S. Census Bureau says 30 million go fishing.

-- Dr. Todd

1 comment:

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