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  • Minnesota teen brothers' handmade jigs catching on

    01/19/2014 10:28:31 AM PST · by TurboZamboni · 7 replies
    Pioneer Press ^ | 1-8-14 | Dave Orrick
    <p>ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Have you heard about the two kids from St. Paul, brothers, actually, who started their own bait company and are now getting the attention of pros?</p> <p>They produce their own fishing videos, hawk their brand with shoe-leather savvy, and have landed a sponsorship of sorts, being named to the "pro staff" ranks of a major fishing-gear manufacturer.</p>
  • Soap opera lures Brazilians to United States

    08/25/2005 9:02:41 AM PDT · by LibWhacker · 48 replies · 1,041+ views
    Breitbart.com | Reuters ^ | 8/25/05 | Andrew Hay
    BRASILIA, Brazil (Reuters) - Brazilians are illegally entering the United States in record numbers in hopes of finding jobs and better lives -- just like characters in a wildly popular Brazilian soap opera "America." The number of undocumented Brazilians caught on U.S. soil is set to rise over four fold this year from 2004 -- a much bigger increase than for illegal immigrants from other Latin American countries, according to U.S. officials. As authorities search for factors spurring the exodus, they have begun to look at the passion of Brazil's poor for "America," a soap opera that debuted in early...
  • CA: Red light-flashing jellyfish lures in prey off California coast

    07/07/2005 4:11:05 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 8 replies · 1,742+ views
    Bakersfield Californian ^ | 7/7/05 | Randolph E. Schmid - AP
    WASHINGTON (AP) - The first deep sea red-light district - glowing appendages on a newly discovered jellyfish relative - appear to flash their come-hither message to lure prey. Jellyfish and other types of sea creatures are known to produce light, but this is the first deep ocean invertebrate known to use red fluorescent light, said Steven H. D. Haddock of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute in Moss Landing, Calif. Three of the animals were found by scientists using a remote controlled research vehicle at depths of between 5,200 feet and 7,500 feet off the coast of California. The discovery...
  • ME: Alewives' Run Lures Spectators, Birds

    06/25/2005 6:36:47 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 5 replies · 527+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 6/25/05 | Robert J. Bukaty - AP
    NOBLEBORO, Maine - Chuck Reinhardt stood in awe as he gazed down at the multitudes of silver-sided fish crowded into a waterway no more than 5 feet wide. After three to four years at sea, thousands of alewives were following their instincts on a journey back to the freshwater where they were born. The fish crammed themselves into a manmade brook on the final leg of their trip to Damariscotta Lake, reminding Reinhardt of a familiar scene before he moved to Maine. "It looks like the Long Island Expressway," he said. Each spring, tens of thousands of alewives pass through...
  • FISHING: GREAT WEBSIGHT

    10/31/2004 6:16:46 PM PST · by coffee260 · 2 replies · 284+ views
    This is a great sight for fisherman. http://www.fintalk.com/
  • Parents can teach kids to stop abductions

    02/05/2004 6:33:04 PM PST · by JustPiper · 94 replies · 2,248+ views
    CNN ^ | 2-5-04 | N/A
    <p>The key to remaining safe lies in not leaving the place where the abductor approaches a child, said Bob Stuber of the Texas-based Escape School, which runs educational programs across the United States.</p> <p>A kidnapper "wants to get out somewhere by himself," said Stuber, a former police officer and founder of the Escape School. "He may threaten the child, but he's not going to hurt the child right there. That's not what this is about. That takes place later."</p>