Monday, April 30, 2012

News of the Week: 30 April 2012

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A love letter to an old fly rod…a nifty fishing tale…young anglers fishing…children build their own rods…one writer fishes with his cousin's rod…Louisiana Women in the Wild…rich and poor share the sport of fishing…turbines in the Indian River are bad…Lynx Fishing builds British jobs…the high tech of fly fishing…NOLA students get hooked on fishing…man dies trying to refuse fishing rods…it must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: Seabury Blair Jr. opines on his Peerless bamboo fly rod.

A nifty fishing tale.

Fishing with kids is a blast.

Children build their own fly rods.

One writer fishes with his cousin's fly rod.

2nd annual "Louisiana Women in the Wild" fishing basics workshop was held this past weekend.

Rich and poor share the sport of fishing.

Indian River inlet turbines are a very bad idea.

Lynx Fishing is creating British jobs.

Roach fishing is still popular.

Lucas Marine introduces new fishing reel oil.

The high tech of fly fishing.

NOLA students get hooked on fishing.

FIshing tourney allows blind anglers to experience the joys of fishing.

Finishing with a Flourish: Sad news--man drowns while trying to save his fishing rod.


-- Dr. Todd

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