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A collection of news and information related to Fishing published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo AP)
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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Fishing Economy

    Fishing Economy
  • 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...
  • Conservation groups push back on federal lands transfer idea

    Stung by a recent vote in Congress, national conservation groups are mustering opposition to the increasing call from many western states to transfer federal lands to state control. The U.S. Senate last month narrowly approved a budget amendment...
  • Sardines are gone, long live the mackerel, with six recipes

    Sardines are gone, long live the mackerel, with six recipes
    There will be no California sardines in the market this summer. But, as much as we’ll miss them, that’s probably a good thing. Monday the Pacific Fishery Management Council, the group responsible for setting catch limits for California...
  • Court docket: Natural resources violators

     Court docket: Natural resources violators
    Four men cited for hunting violations on Gibson Island this winter were ordered Friday to make donations to a Maryland Department of Natural Resources poaching enforcement program. District Judge Shaem C.P. Spencer also ordered Bryan Webb, 57, of...
  • Outdoors: Bigger the better when it comes to lure selection

    Outdoors: Bigger the better when it comes to lure selection
    With the arrival of the trophy rockfish season, let's talk about lures, specifically ones that work like a charm for catch-and-release rockfish in the Susquehanna fishery, and many other places and situations for that matter. Right now all the sport...
  • It's a spring fishing explosion

    This is the time of year when local fly and light tackle anglers go happily crazy choosing from the smorgasbord of fishing options. First, a word of advice: Generally this is a time for trophy fish — stripers, bass, shad, pickerel, pike or panfish....
  • $134M proposed for 10 BP-funded oil spill recovery projects

    State and federal officials overseeing $1 billion provided by BP PLC to spur recovery from the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill said Monday that they're proposing another 10 projects totaling $134 million. About $700 million to repair environmental damage...
  • Naperville Scout starts project to honor late mentor

    Naperville Scout starts project to honor late mentor
    Teenage fisherman and outdoorsman Quinn Draz of Naperville has launched a "Funds for Fish" campaign, hoping to buy thousands of fish for young anglers to catch in DuPage County. Draz, a junior at Neuqua Valley High School, has a background in helping...