Monday, July 9, 2012

News of the Week: 09 July 2012

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Buck Perry was a bass fishing legend…Scottish museum holds lunchtime rod talk…the Helin Fly Rod Flatfish is in the news…Storage Wars finds fishing tackle…the Rainbow Trout is the most invasive species in America…Mike Trout hits homers and casts a fly rod…a musky tale…Johnny Cash bought his tackle at Kmart…man is fly angler by day, opera singer by night…don't be a glass minnow…a strange catch…it must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK

THE MONDAY 12: The Ten Fishing Stories of the Week You Need to Know

The Big Lead: Why Buck Perry is such a fishing legend.

Aberdeen Maritime Museum is hosting a talk on Scottish fly rods.

Your F&S Vintage Tackle Winner of the Week is a Helin Fly-Rod Flatfish.

The TV show Storage Wars comes to Brainerd, and naturally finds fishing tackle.

The most common invasive species in America: the Rainbow Trout.

Famous People who fly fish: major league star Mike Trout.

A musky tale

Johnny Cash used to buy his fishing tackle at K-mart and other things learned from a walking tour in Port Richey.

Evcaro buys American Rodsmiths.

It's never good to be the glass minnow.

Washington man is fly angler by day, opera singer at night.

Finishing with a Flourish: One man catches strangest fish of his life.

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