Monday, October 31, 2011

News of the Week: 31 October 2011

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80 years of the Dick Nite spoon…the Alabama rig is the new rage…Long Beach tackle shop closes…salmon fishing closes for the year on the Isle of Man…Rapala's financial year…NFLCC show in Arkansas….tarpon heaven…wine, food, and fly fishing…fly fishing helps heal breast cancer survivors…wounded warriors…it must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: Celebrating 80 years of the Dick Nite salmon spoon.

The Alabama Rig is taking the bass world by storm.

The end of a Long Beach tackle shop brings out the customers.

The final day of the salmon season on the Isle of Man is here.

Rapala's financial reporting.

Wounded warriors benefit from charity fishing.

The future of an Ormond Beach bait shop is in doubt.

Fly fishing a fine tonic for breast cancer survivors.

Scottish fly angler lands gold medal.

Bob Rock of Oswego still tying flies at 85.

Former Thomas & Thomas employee retires from her job as Yellowstone librarian.

Wine, food, and fly fishing.

Entering tarpon heaven.

Finishing with a Flourish: Jerry McCoy--longtime NFLCC auctioneer--hosts the annual NFLCC show in Arkansas.

-- Dr. Todd

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