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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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  • Regional Mentored Youth Trout Day is Saturday

    Regional Mentored Youth Trout Day is Saturday
    With Saturday's forecast of a high of 39 degrees, breezy with the chance of a snow flurry or two, and snow sporadically still covering some of the landscape, it hardly seems like it's time for trout season. But it is. The regional trout season...
  • 'Right time' to end 'Downton Abbey' next season, series creator says

    'Right time' to end 'Downton Abbey' next season, series creator says
    Keep calm and carry on, "Downton Abbey" fans. After months of rumors, Carnival Films and Masterpiece on PBS, the co-producers of the show, along with ITV, the show's British network home, confirmed that the upcoming sixth season of the hugely popular...
  • Fish Hatcheries Funding Bill Clears Environment Committee

    Fish Hatcheries Funding Bill Clears Environment Committee
    HARTFORD – Legislation aimed at preventing the closure of any of Connecticut’s fish hatcheries and to find new ways to pay for state recreational fishing program got a boost this week from the General Assembly’s Environment Committee....
  • Enfield Director's Comments Subject Of Complaint

    ENFIELD – A resident has filed a complaint with the town manager over Public Safety Director Christopher Bromson's comments during a public meeting discussing school security in February. At the Feb. 25 meeting at Nathan Hale School, an Enfield...
  • Religion News for March 28 to April 4

    Sunday Palm/Passion Sunday services St. Andrew's United Methodist Church, 4 Wallace Manor Road, Edgewater, will begin Holy Week with two services of hymns, lessons, and the Eucharist celebrating Jesus' entrance into Jerusalem and the Passion narrative...
  • Ask Tom: How rare are killer waves from a seiche on Lake Michigan?

    Dear Tom, I remember a seiche on Lake Michigan that drowned several fishermen in Chicago. How rare are these events? — D. Jeffrey Blumenthal Dear D. Jeffrey, Chicago's benchmark seiche occurred just before 9:30 a.m. on June 26, 1954, when an 8-...
  • Outdoors: Spring bite starting to warm up

    Outdoors: Spring bite starting to warm up
    Not far from where I work there's a narrow span of water you can only cross over using a structure built of creosoted timber. Some might go as far as to call it a bridge. And in the shallow creek below on their spawning run swim yellow perch, not many but...
  • Volusia's Oak Hill is a crustacean capital

    Volusia's Oak Hill is a crustacean capital
    There's a reason why Oak Hill, a sleepy town of 1,800 is known as the Shrimping Capital of the East Coast. The shrimp are large, plentiful and fairly easy to catch. Shrimping is a popular sport from Ponce Inlet to New Smyrna Beach, with Oak Hill as...
  • NFL outlaws tactic used by Patriots in AFC playoff win over Ravens

    NFL outlaws tactic used by Patriots in AFC playoff win over Ravens
    Will it be known as the Ravens rule? An NFL competition committee proposal to “make it illegal for an offensive player with an eligible number to report as ineligible and line up outside the core of the formation” got the necessary 75...
  • Boynton Fishing Club aims to make sport affordable

    Boynton Beach Fishing Club President Ken Sorensen is always looking for reasons to fish. "We are just a bunch of fishing guys looking for excuses to talk about fishing and go fishing," Sorensen, who has been president of the club for eight years, said....
  • 'Lefty' Kreh recounts nearly 70 years of fishing for dorado, tarpon and one pterodactyl

    'Lefty' Kreh recounts nearly 70 years of fishing for dorado, tarpon and one pterodactyl
    There are few anglers more revered than Frederick native Bernard "Lefty" Kreh. Kreh, who turned 90 last month, has fished for nearly 70 years with everyone from Ted Williams to Fidel Castro, and from President Jimmy Carter to Ernest Hemingway. Enshrined...