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Fishing

Fishing
A collection of news and information related to Fishing published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo AP)
A collection of news and information related to Fishing published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo AP) « Show less

Top Fishing Articles

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  • Historic 1930s WPA bridge to be dismantled

    The crumbling 1930s-era bridge over the former Doaneville mill dam is set to be closed and dismantled later this year due to its deteriorated state. Town officials have determined that the bridge, which connects Carroll Row with Sheldon Road, is too...
  • Spring is prime time for amberjacks

    Anglers looking for a fight will have their hands full trying to reel in an amberjack. The big, tough fish are concentrated around deep wrecks off South Florida now through May, which makes hooking an AJ relatively easy. Landing one is the real...
  • See angling adventures on screen in Bethlehem

    See angling adventures on screen in Bethlehem
    Watch world-class fly fishing adventures — complete with beautiful cinematography and commentary — when the acclaimed "Fly Fishing Film Tour" comes to the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks' Frank Banko Alehouse Cinemas at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday....
  • Fire Displaces At Least 14 People From Ellington Apartments

     Fire Displaces At Least 14 People From Ellington Apartments
    ELLINGTON — A fire heavily damaged six units in the Stonebridge Apartments complex late Tuesday night, displacing at least 14 people. No injuries were reported, and all residents seemed to be accounted for, according to Gary Feldman Sr., chief of...
  • Review of all penalties among new rule proposals for NFL

    Review of all penalties among new rule proposals for NFL
    NEW YORK (AP) — Video replays galore. More coaches' challenges. And a "bonus field goal." All are on the agenda for next week's NFL meetings, when team owners will spend much time deciding whether 13 proposals to amend instant replay should pass....
  • Families, advocates and addicts tell state heroin task force their stories

    Families, advocates and addicts tell state heroin task force their stories
    A fisherman using pain medication for a sore back. High school students smoking pot. An alcoholic and a cocaine user experimenting with a new drug. These are some of the people in Cecil and surrounding counties who eventually found their way to heroin....
  • Basketball champs prefer to go fishing

    Basketball champs prefer to go fishing
    The NCAA basketball tournament started this week, but two men who won several championships will be fishing for bonefish in the Bahamas. Coach Bob Knight, who won three national championships at Indiana, and his former Ohio State teammate John Havlicek,...
  • Pentagon loses sight of $500 million in counterterrorism aid given to Yemen

    The Pentagon is unable to account for more than $500 million in U.S. military aid given to Yemen amid fears that the weaponry, aircraft and equipment is at risk of being seized by Iranian-backed rebels or al-Qaida, according to U.S. officials. With...
  • Utah 'miracle' baby Lily alive 14 hours after car crashes into river

    Utah 'miracle' baby Lily alive 14 hours after car crashes into river
    She’s known as Baby Lily, but Utah authorities call her by another name: a miracle. A fisherman found the 18-month-old infant, barely alive, about 14 hours after the car her mother was driving struck a concrete barrier and plunged into the...
  • Despite storms, pier a landmark for 74 years

    Despite storms, pier a landmark for 74 years
    The venerable pier in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea was built by a man whose name was well suited to his love of fishing: Anglin. Melvin Anglin, founder and first mayor of Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, arrived in the area in 1918. For 10 years he pounded wood piles...
  • Man accused of shooting at whales with World War II rifle

    Man accused of shooting at whales with World War II rifle
    A tuna fisherman has been accused of shooting at pilot whales from his vessel with a World War II-era rifle. Daniel Archibald surrendered Thursday to face the charges and was released on a $10,000 unsecured bond. Archibald, who's from Cape May, widely...