Monday, July 25, 2011

News of the Week: 25 July 2011




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The death of a reservoir in Texas is a sad tale…tv fishing rarely shows the real world of the angler…muskies first on iCast…ice fishing tackle store opens…D.C. Booth hatchery gets profiled…Channel Island Billfish Tourney turns 40…Italian Molix lures make a big splash…lady angler hooked on fishing…couple gifts tackle to kids…paddlefish snaggers are odd…the art and science of fishing guides…it must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: A moving account about the death of a reservoir in Texas.


Meet and greet pro angler David Dudley in Florence, AL.

Why fishing in the real world is never seen on TV.

Muskies First weighs in on iCast while winners are announced.

A new ice fishing tackle store gets green lighted in Saline, MI.

A little history on the D.C. Booth fish hatchery.


The Channel Islands Billfish Tourney celebrates 40 years.


The Italian Molix lures hit America.


Dick Pinney reviews the new book by Dr. Harold C. Lyon, Jr. entitled Angling in the Smile of the Great Spirit.

Lady angler hooked on fishing.


In Ireland, they're using fishing rods to steal car keys.

A generous couple gift tackle to children.


Paddlefish snaggers are a strange breed.


Popular Canadian father-daughter outdoor tv show hosts get nominated for award.


A new Philippines show tracks river monsters.


These identical twins develop a dual drag reel and reel in the success.


Why there are no egos in fly fishing.

A little info on the Dark Prince of Fly Fishing.


Augusta angler seizes opportunity, buys his favorite store.


Finishing with a Flourish: The art and science of rod guides.



-- Dr. Todd

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