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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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Top Fishing Articles

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  • Veteran boat captain getting youngsters hooked on fishing

    Veteran Miami Beach party boat captain Wayne Conn had a tough time selling his youth fishing programs to local schools when he launched them 10 years ago. But today things are a lot easier. "I got disheartened; they didn't want me," he said recently....
  • With new mobile apps, states engage citizens via smartphone

    Are you tonight's designated driver looking for a sober place to hang out while your buddies drink? The state of California has a mobile application you can download that pinpoints welcoming places and money-saving deals while you wait to take everyone...
  • Ice safety comes before winter recreation and productive fishing

    In recent years, new cold-weather clothing technologies and reliable ice fishing gear have made the sport easier and more comfortable, attracting a growing number of ice anglers and their families. But in the same ways that hunters understand the risks of...
  • 'Good Catch' explores state's fishing culture

    'Good Catch' explores state's fishing culture
    After 26 years as food editor at the Orlando Sentinel, Heather McPherson knows a lot about food in Florida. "I like to think I do," she says. "But what I think is really exciting and what keeps me in this job is that I'm still finding surprises." Many...
  • Fly Fishing Expo & Tag Sale

    If your fly fishing gear — or technique — needs updating, plan to attend the Connecticut Fly Fisherman's Association’s Expo from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Maneeley's, 65 Rye St. in South Windsor. The event features special deals on fishing...
  • Man held pistol to woman's temple during road rage incident, cops say

    Man held pistol to woman's temple during road rage incident, cops say
    Nothing says you've arrived -- especially in the pokey -- like wearing a t-shirt emblazoned with your own name on it. Robert Brandenburg stopped his car, angling it so a woman couldn't pass him, then walked over to her car armed with a gun -- holding it...
  • Do today's sports have too many rules?

    Do today's sports have too many rules?
    Who knew that National Football League referees, in addition to their vast duties policing a chaotic game chock full of borderline violence, must also make sure nobody messes with the inflation level of the balls? Do our beleaguered zebra-shirted...
  • ASK IRA: Is Bosh still as third wheel acceptable?

    ASK IRA: Is Bosh still as third wheel acceptable?
    Q: Chris Bosh might care, but again he doesn't step up big in San Antonio after making his comments. He's a very good player but not great and not a player to build a team around. He has evolved into an excellent role player. -- Joel. A: While it's easy...
  • Virginia House, Senate back pay raises

    RICHMOND – State employees, including teachers and college faculty, would see raises under the budget proposals legislators rolled out Sunday. State revenues have been buoyed by recent upturns in tax collections, particularly compared to...
  • Untapped potential? Middle Peninsula reef expected to increase recreational fishing

    Untapped potential? Middle Peninsula reef expected to increase recreational fishing
    MATHEWS – A neighborhood homeowners' association on Gwynn's Island in Mathews County is installing a biogenic reef off the coast of Cherry Point. The reef is expected to become home to multiple species of marine life, including the bay's important...
  • Long-delayed seaside home project in San Clemente gets back on track

    Long-delayed seaside home project in San Clemente gets back on track
    For years it has sat half-finished with paved roads and sidewalks leading to empty lots where million-dollar homes were supposed to look over one of the region's most prized coastlines. The interrupted development in San Clemente eventually became a...