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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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  • Ice fishing returns to Orland Park's Lake Sedgewick

    Ice fishing returns to Orland Park's Lake Sedgewick
    For the first time in about seven years, ice fishers dropped lures Sunday into Orland Park's Lake Sedgewick with the village's permission. About two dozen students on the bass fishing teams from Sandburg High School and Andrew High School took part in...
  • Resident appreciates mailbox kept clear of snow

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  • Huntington Ingalls division in Mississippi in competition for oiler ship

    Huntington Ingalls Industries, known for building prominent U.S. warships, is now angling to construct a new class of oiler, a Navy workhorse that supplies front-line ships at sea. A recent Congressional Research Service report outlines what lies...
  • 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...
  • Outdoors calendar

    Outdoors calendar
    Feb. 21: The Tamiami Trail "Try"-athlon, a day of paddling, hiking and bicycling, starting at 9 a.m. For the first time, park rangers will be leading the all-in-one day event. Reservations are required by calling the Gulf Coast Visitor Center in...
  • Outdoors notebook

    Outdoors notebook
    Ocean expo: The Blue Wild Ocean Adventure Expo is 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Feb. 21-22 at the Greater Fort Lauderdale Broward County Convention Center. There are seminars on spearfishing, lobstering, free diving, underwater photography, shipwreck diving, kayak...
  • Early favorite in 2016 presidential race is Hillary Clinton, survey finds

    Early favorite in 2016 presidential race is Hillary Clinton, survey finds
    Pennsylvanians have an early favorite in next year's presidential race, according to a new Morning Call/Muhlenberg College poll. Half of those surveyed said they would vote for Hillary Clinton when the Democrat was paired against several potential...
  • Help! I'm a cuddle monster in my sleep

    Help! I'm a cuddle monster in my sleep
    Dear Anna, I've been seeing an amazing woman since we met at a Christmas party. I cannot overstate how much I like her. Butterflies and imbecilic smiles every time I get so much as a text from her (still!). As the owner of a Pilates studio and ballet...
  • Saving the bent range marker almost complete

    Bruce Marx is not one to take "No" for an answer. And thanks to his tireless efforts, an iconic and popular bait fishing spot is just about saved. Known as the bent range marker, the structure in front of Government Cut was slated to be removed as part...
  • Jacquez brothers keep family tradition alive at West Aurora

    Jacquez brothers keep family tradition alive at West Aurora
    The Jacquez family is angling for another medal at this year's Class 3A state wrestling finals. Greg Jacquez was a sectional champion at 138 pounds as a West Aurora senior in 2012 and went on to finish third in state. Three years later, younger brothers...
  • Small town rallies around beloved leader facing cancer

     Small town rallies around beloved leader facing cancer
    As neighboring suburbs have swelled with new subdivisions, fast-food chains and traffic just a few miles down the road, this tiny community of 488 people has fought to stay the way it has been for decades. Residents identify each other by which historic...