Monday, September 19, 2011

News of the Week: 19 September 2011

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Martha's Vineyard Derby is underway…angling match raises money…Scotsman wins fly fishing championship…walleyes are good for a lake…non-toxic sinkers…man saves dog from bear with fishing rod…finding magic in a surf rod…the act of kayak fishing…twitching on the Rogue…Goliath Groupers are mysterious…Haig Brown festival enters 10th year…Salmon FIshing in the Yemen gets reviewed…Rolls Royce enthusiast/world record fly angler passes on…it must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: The 66th Martha's Vineyard Derby begins with a reminder of loss, and with Kid's Day.

We get a companion piece on women who run with fish.

The Rocky River folks have a great Huron River wallpaper.

Piranha caught in Lake Jarun.

An angling match lands thousands for charity.

Scotsman finally wins trout fly fishing championship.

Why more walleyes might improve fishing in your lake.

A new non-toxic sinker from New Zealand is making waves.

Man saves dog from bear attack…with a fishing rod.

Finding magic in a surf rod.

The act of kayak fishing.

Canada's super salmon run.

FIshing the "Twitch" on the Rogue River.

The Goliath Grouper is still largely unknown.

Haig-Brown festival marks 10th anniversary.

In Maine, businesses suffer as fish abandon the Kennebec.

The first review of Salmon Fishing in the Yemen.

Finishing with a Flourish: Bud Korteweg, Rolls Royce enthusiast and fly angler with two dozen IGFA world records, has passed away.

-- Dr. Todd

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