Monday, October 6, 2008

News of the Week: 06 October 2008

Florida angler dumps actress Megan go fishing??...3 year old boats 30 pound tarpon...a fishin' musician...local thief steals tackle and beer...the glory of the Sand Eel...power trolling for walleyes...a Tokyo man is arrested for fishing for women's Aussie stage actress wants her own fishing show...a new North Carolina state record tarpon...the sweetness of split must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: Vero Beach firefighter Ben Leahy dumped Hollywood actress Megan Fox...because he'd rather be fishing???

One of eight known Heddon Frogs has just hit the trade market...

This Woolsery firm has a hit with its Stonze sinkers...

3-year old is Better Angler Than You: Borrows five year old sister's rod and catches 30 pound tarpon.

The Juneau Empire prints a fisherman's elegy.

From the SCTV "Scuttlebutt Lodge" Files: This musician is also a fishing guide.

Fishing for sea monsters in Mexico.

The York Daily Record gives us the 411 on fly fishing courses for women.

Local thief steals rods, reels, tackle box...and a six pack of beer.

How to make use of the abundant Sea Eel.

Langstone Harbor Teenage Girls Better Anglers than You: They even outfish the boys...

Good deeds prove that anglers do catch more than just fish...

The long wait has ended for Aussie anglers: trout season is here!

Power trolling for walleyes, the In-Fisherman way.

From the You Can't Make This Up Files: Tokyo man busted for using rod and reel to fish for...women's paties?!?

There's a new world record for Oyster Shucking.

The Naples News tells us that there are lots of fish but few fishermen.

From the Someone Get On This Right Now Files: Aussie stage actress Rhonda Burchmore wants her own fishing show.

Pro angler Chad Morgenthaler teams with Special Olympics for 3rd annual Bass Tournament.

A first hand account of a monster Silver King.

A professional guide has started a fishing tournament to help fight breast cancer.

A filmmaker captures a world record "Man-Eating Catfish of Himalaya."

Angler breaks North Carolina record for tarpon with 193 pound 5 ounce monster.

Finishing With a Flourish: Chris Yates writes of the sweet, supple mark of cane.

-- Dr. Todd

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