Monday, November 12, 2007

News of the Week, 12 November 2007

Bernie Schultz gets some love from ESPN…a total jerk busts his fishing partner’s jaw while fishing…The Chinese love the FLW…Johnny Morris uses his Bass Pro wealth to save the environment…why you shouldn’t dynamite fish in the Philippines… Zebco finalizes purchase of Fin-Nor…a 14-year old who is already a better fisherman than you…a college sophomore catches two 6+ pound bass on same cast…it must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

THE BIG LEAD: NFLCC member, Joe’s Board denizen, and top flight Bass Pro Bernie Schultz is taking us to school on bass fishing .

Babe Winkelman gives us words of wisdom from a fishing pro.

Bass Pro Shops' Johnny Morris uses his enormous wealth to reclaim mining land in the name of conservation.

The Northern News Service shows us how to catch fish--Inuit style.

The In Fisherman opines on coldwater bass.

Angler catches Idaho state record Brown Trout.

The NOAA proposes fishing limits for flounder, scup, and black sea bass.

The Manchester Guardian tells us of the joys of fishing.

HOME GROWN FILE: Minnesota #1 for kids fishing and hunting.

The Manila Standard reports on the crackdown on dynamite fishing.

Seeing the outdoors through the eyes of children.

Angry angler busts friend’s jaw while fishing.

Bored? Eat more fish.

Be a real man: display your fishing tackle.

Did you know it was illegal to sell mounted fish? Neither did I.

14-year old Montana angler boats more than 500 mackinaws.

Famed Nantucket Tackle Shop now has new owners.

The Conway Sun details the story of a man, his mom, an auction and some fishing tackle.

New Zealanders name the kahawi “The People’s Fish.”

The last remaining international Fin-Nor trademarks now belong to Zebco.

The Detroit Free Press tells us the thrill of a big muskie is hard to beat.

My Nassau Sun opines on the overlooked sinker. lists the Top 6 Lures of 2007.

FLW news is now carried…in China?

The Bexley Times tells us not to get shafted by expensive rods.

The Orange County Register profiles Tom Kelleher, custom rod maker.

A fly-fishing legend who refuses to act his age.

Do you know Charles Ebanks? The Cayman Compass says you should.

College sophomore boats two bass (six and seven pounds) on same cast.

FINISHING WITH A FLOURISH: Lafayette County (IL) High School and Kansas City, Missouri teachers take students fishing; helps promote fishing to new generation.

-- Dr. Todd

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