Budweiser Beer cap fishing lure spinner with bucktail dressed hooks
One Beer cap fishing lure with bucktail streamer Budweiser The lure is real lure and works to catch fish. These lures are made with an Indiana blade. The wire is a strong .030” 195 lb test This lure is very well made and if you cast or troll it in front of a lurking predator you will get a strike. It's great to catch a fish that likes your brand too. The beer bottle cap is a great novelty addition and it is a nice touch that combines the beer with fishing. These lures impress fishermen as…
Pioneer Handkerchief Dolls
"These are the perfect beginner sewing project for Brownie troops or for young 4-H'ers." In the mid-1980's, when I was a young adult, I liked to go to local arts and crafts festivals. The best one I ever went to was the Watermelon Jubilee in Ft. Deposit (Greenville), Alabama. I bought an ink drawing by a local artist that I eventually framed, and a Handkerchief Doll. I thought it was the most darling thing I ever saw. I really didn't notice much about its construction until I read an article…
Goliath Tigerfish: Congo River ... In Africa Locals say it's the only fish that doesn't fear the crocodile, and will even devour some of the smaller ones! In rare instances, it's also been known to attack humans. Like the piranha, individual tigerfish have interlocking, razor-sharp teeth, along with streamlined, muscular bodies, and are widely known to be extremely aggressive and capable predators who hunt in groups & can be cannibalistic if no food source is nearby.
It's on: Wild fish advocates litigate against Elwha hatcheries - The FlyFish Journal
Photo: Fishing on the Elwha prior to Aldwell Dam. NPS. For anyone who has been paying attention, you knew it was coming. Given the ESA listing for Puget Sound Chinook, bull trout and wild steelhead -- and a clear conflict between the science of their recovery and a $16M tribal hatchery scheduled for operation post dam removal -- it was only a matter of time before someone tied on a lawyer pattern and cast into the fray.