Monday, December 8, 2008

News of the Week: 08 December 2008

Class ring lost for 21 years found inside 8 pound bass and returned to original owner...striper fishing in the cold is fishing begins...Loch Lomond will not get new trout...but the River Shannon will...ESPN's morning show guys are going fishing again...12 ideas for fishing themed gifts...have sturgeon, will fish...two ladies found a clothing company for female must be THE NEWS OF THE WEEK!

The Big Lead: Flashback: Lake Sam Rayburn, Texas: Man loses class ring over the side of his boat. Flash Forward: Lake Sam Rayburn, Texas, man catches 8 pound bass with the same class ring inside it. You may now shake your head in amazement.

Hardy Bros. opens its first U.S. store in Lancaster County, PA.

Striper fishing heats up as the weather gets cold.

Noted fly fishing writer and world-class fly caster Rex Gerlach has passed away at the age of 78.

British anglers are after big bass.

Ice fishing on the Wisconsin River is a mixed bag.

First Alabama loses the SEC championship and then a well-known Fairhope tackle shop at the same time.

Kenya's Coastweek has a three-part article on billfishing and big sharks.

A lake record largemouth bass is caught at Santa Margarita Lake in California.

ESPN's Mike and Mike in the Morning are going fishing again.
The fishing is hot in Bexley UK.

The Bonnie, Bonnie banks of Loch Lomond (California) won't be stocked with trout.

While the traditional Irish River Shannon will get stocked with salmon.

A dozen unique fishing gift ideas.

Have sturgeon, will fish.

More on the great Stu Apte.

Finishing with a Flourish From the For the Ladies Files: Two ladies have started a new fishing-themed clothing line for women known as Reel Sassy.

-- Dr. Todd

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