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Monday
Dec202010

2010 in 60

The year in review, fishbite media POV.

Monday
Dec202010

Fish and Fishing Art Competition

Fish and Fishing have been key to life on the Oregon Coast. The Coos Art Museum sponsored an art competition and artists were challenged to submit works based on those themes. From 182 submissions the jurors selected 70 works for display. Works in many media are on view at the museum and demonstrate the broadest range of interpretations of the theme´╗┐.

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View the slideshow of accepted entries and winners.

Monday
Dec202010

On the 5th Day of Christmahanakwanza

Now you can make that special fly angler and Orvis devotee really smile with this exclusive limited edition Battenkill Floss Reel. Manufactured by Hardy's House of Bicuspid in Britain, the ancestral home of fly fishing and poor dental hygiene, this marvelous reel is a convenient way to insure clean teeth and healthy gums while on the river. The Battenkill Floss Reel's precision machined design insures an accurate release of floss with minimal tug, and the flanged spool allows for precise palming in emergency situations such as corn on the cob or salt water taffy. Optional spare spools are also available so you can quickly switch from a standard floss set up to waxed, mint flavored or Glide.

But wait! There's more!

If you act right now, Orvis is offering a free Helios Dental Floss pick with every Battenkill Floss Reel purchase! When you pick up the Helios Floss Pick you’ll be stunned by how light and balanced it is—a direct result of Orvis's patent-pending thermoplastic, thermoset resin inserts used from tip to butt.This pick loads quickly and crisply for unmatched flossing power and is the perfect companion to your Floss Reel.

Act fast, supplies are limited!

Monday
Dec202010

Wildlife Artist Steve Hamrick

Fish are just one of Minnesota artist Steve Hamrick's specialties. Be sure to also check out his sporting dog art.

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Monday
Dec202010

Solar Action Lures

Catch the sun, catch some fish!

When sun hits the back of the lure, the solar cell mounted inside the lure starts vibrating. Motion of the lure sends out the vibration on the water surface in the same way as real insects do!

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Monday
Dec202010

Fishin