Monday, May 7, 2012

News of the Week: 07 May 2012

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1st Annual ORCA/Fishing for History Historical Fishing Contest rules…Jack Looney is getting famous…Quincy is a fishing town…Sean Gavin on homemade flies…a Gig Harbor fly shop…the art of fly fishing…fly anglers come full circle…family wants dad's stolen tackle returned…tackle and sushi…arena bass fishing…$1 million fish…Vermont has some serious fishing history…a great review of A Fly Rod in My Sea Bag…it must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: The 1st Annual ORCA/Fishing for History Historical Fishing Contest has now published its rules!

Speaking of which, Jack Looney's bass is making a big splash, making the pages of The Chicago Tribune.

Quincy is in the running for the ultimate fishing town.

Sean Gavin on homemade flies.

A Gig Harbor fly shop is spreading the good news.

Spencer Hatton appreciates the art of fly fishing.

While Kenneth Kieser goes full circle on the same subject.

Family wants dad's stolen tackle returned.

Get some fishing tackle with your sushi.

Arena bass fishing may just be the next big thing.

$1 million fish is roaming Oregon reservoirs.

Shimano profits soar in the first quarter of 2012.

Rods, reels and locations for big catfish!

Austrian angler blasts British Columbia over its silly weekend fishing regulations.

The new rod curse.

Vermont's fishing lore hooks visitors.

Finishing with a Flourish: A great review of the book A Fly Rod In My Sea Bag.

-- Dr. Todd

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