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Fishing

Fishing
A collection of news and information related to Fishing published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo AP)
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  • Flavor Profile: Barrique Bistro & Wine Bar in Stamford

    Flavor Profile: Barrique Bistro & Wine Bar in Stamford
    With its great location on the corner of Bedford and Spring, and folding doors that open onto the street, Barrique Bistro & Wine Bar has the sidewalk café thing down. But diners should not be put off by winter's less welcoming façade. There's seriously...
  • Backyard Burials Are Legal in Connecticut, But They're Not Easy

    Backyard Burials Are Legal in Connecticut, But They're Not Easy
    'Tis the season of ghouls, goblins and graveyards, so you might be interested in knowing there's nothing in Connecticut law that forbids you burying someone in your own backyard. That's not to say just anyone can go digging a grave under their kitchen...
  • Daytrippers: Ice Fishing

    Daytrippers: Ice Fishing
         We arrive at the Morris side of Bantam Lake on a sunny Saturday morning.  The rough, expansive ice is already dotted with about a dozen fishing camps, some with fire pits, tents and a gourmet selection of food, pulled in a special sled.    One...
  • Fishing Economy

    Fishing Economy
  • Stand-up paddleboard a booming platform for fishing and more

    For years, Peter Hinck has been recognized as the kayak fishing guru of the Treasure Coast. The 57-year-old Sebastian resident has written articles, appeared in how-to videos, and conducted seminars around southeast Florida on the best ways to catch...
  • Signs of hope for endangered sawfish

    Signs of hope for endangered sawfish
    Approaching Port Everglades in a helicopter, Ryan Goldman peered down at the water and saw a ray swimming at unusually high speed. Behind it, he spotted two large and bizarre-looking predators: the endangered smalltooth sawfish, which use their long,...
  • Hampton eyes tourism tax breaks

    Hampton eyes tourism tax breaks
    Hampton may soon ask the General Assembly's permission to create a series of tax breaks for private developers who build entertainment and tourism-based projects. The breaks are given as part of the state's tourism zone program, which Newport News...
  • American Apparel mulls buyout bid, reshuffles board

    American Apparel mulls buyout bid, reshuffles board
    American Apparel continued its rollicking ride as it considered a takeover bid and shook up its board again. The Los Angeles retailer said Monday it received an offer of $1.30 to $1.40 a share — representing up to a 31% premium over American...
  • 2014 in fashion: Hello, North West; goodbye, Oscar de la Renta; and more

    2014 in fashion: Hello, North West; goodbye, Oscar de la Renta; and more
    Whether you're counting hits or misses, 2014 certainly left a mark fashion-wise. From the runways to the red carpets to the slopes of Sochi, it was an endless parade of see-through dresses, ugly Olympic sweaters, cool cats in extra-large hats and just...
  • Carly Fiorina prepares a long-shot candidacy for president

    SAN JOSE, Calif. Carly Fiorina blazed a trail as the first woman to lead a Fortune 20 company, and the former chief executive of Hewlett-Packard now seems to have an even bigger "first-ever" achievement in mind. Fiorina, 60, is declaring "the end of...
  • Guy Harvey, marine artist and environmentalist, fishes for growth

    Guy Harvey stared at a mural of his marine paintings - images that are reproduced on 2 million T-shirts a year - and frowned at a butterfly fish. The Pacific species didn't belong among the Florida wildlife depicted at a beach resort restaurant bearing...