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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
  • Michael Pearce: An ice day of crappie fishing

    CHERRYVALE, Kan. Normally the sound of breaking ice is the last sound a terrified winter fisherman hears before a miserably cold, and often fatal, crash through a lake's frozen surface. Not so for Jim Clay. "This isn't going to be a problem," Clay said...
  • Wells Fargo museum vows to reopen to tourists after thieves smash doors to swipe historic gold

    Wells Fargo Bank officials vowed to reopen a popular corporate museum in the heart of San Francisco's financial district after thieves smashed a stolen SUV through its front door and made off with historic gold nuggets on display. The museum is a...
  • Recreation and outdoors calendar

    Ultra-light tackle Monday, Jan. 26: Capt. "Walleye" Pete Dahlberg will discuss ultra-light tackle fishing for large rockfish at a meeting of the Perry Hall chapter of the Maryland Saltwater Sportfishing Association beginning at 7:30 p.m. at Gunpowder...
  • Gambler's Osinski wins Rayovac FLW tourney

    For Val Osinski of Gambler Lures, there's nothing better than when a fisherman uses his company's baits to win a bass tournament. Unless of course he's the one winning the tournament. That's what Osinski, of Pompano Beach, did last week, using a...
  • Experts: Historic gold nuggets taken from museum may be hard to sell as dealers hear of heist

    Thieves who rammed a stolen SUV into the Wells Fargo History Museum in downtown San Francisco and swiped historic gold nuggets worth roughly $10,000 could face a tough time selling the loot as news of the heist sweeps through the rare metal community,...
  • Shabu-shabu at home conjures memories of Japan travel

     Shabu-shabu at home conjures memories of Japan travel
    Wanderlust runs in the family. I'm always angling for a getaway with friends and family to explore the world and to discover new foods. At home, I cook to recall our trips. A visit to see family in Japan changed our lives. Most impressive: the...
  • Does Maryland have the political will to restore the bay?

    Does Maryland have the political will to restore the bay?
    On Oct. 4, Jay Sadowski, an avid fisherman and hunter, died of leukemia at age 59. The cancer was discovered while he was being treated for a flesh-eating infection he contracted while fishing in the South River near where Gov. Larry Hogan lives. The...