Monday, February 6, 2012

News of the Week: 05 February 2012

Colby Simms gets profiled…a big outdoor store closes in Redding…Hardy & Greys is still laying off people…400 anglers, one fish caught…Michigan's oldest and largest outdoor show is on…be wary of low flying sharks…bass anglers catch sailfish…country music star reels in the cure…at home tackle parties…fly rod features in plot of new novel…a profile of Esko, MN rodmaker Phil Johnson…it must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: Colby Simms is living the dream.

Great Outdoors store in Redding closes.

Hardy & Greys still having lay offs.

400 anglers compete -- and one fish is caught in Jig It event.

Michigan's oldest and largest outdoor sport show is on.

Kayak Magazine warns to be wary of low flying sharks.

Bass anglers teach the experts how to catch sailfish.

Country music singer EllieMay Kay is Reeling in the Cure.

Michael Hackney will be putting on another reel making workshop in New Hampshire.

More info on the "tupper ware" party for men: fishing tackle at home parties.

A valuable fly rod threatens to tear apart the protagonists in his LDS novel.

Finishing With a Flourish: My hometown paper The Duluth News-Tribune profiles Esko's Phil Johnson, who loves making bamboo rods.

-- Dr. Todd

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