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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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  • Wade in the water for relaxed fishing

    WAUKESHA, Wis. Rivers are natural corridors for transportation. Often they are used to move things. And sometimes it's people. When summer settles across Wisconsin, one of my favorite activities is wade fishing for smallmouth bass on streams and...
  • San Francisco's Madame Tussauds to unveil Jeremy Lin figure

    San Francisco's Madame Tussauds to unveil Jeremy Lin figure
    Lakers point guard Jeremy Lin on Thursday is set to help unveil a wax figure of himself at Madame Tussauds on San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf. Madame Tussauds is famous for lifelike wax images of celebrities, athletes and politicians. The San...
  • Big, bold brow trend sends eyebrow makeup sales soaring

    Big, bold brow trend sends eyebrow makeup sales soaring
    Big and bold eyebrows are in — and if fashion models’ faces aren’t proof enough, check out the numbers. Eyebrow makeup sales rose 33 percent over the 12 months ended in June, the fastest-growing category in higher-end “prestige&...
  • Video: Goliath Grouper eats shark in one bite

    Video: Goliath Grouper eats shark in one bite
    Incredible footage was released recently on YouTube of a 4-foot-long blacktip shark being eaten in a single bite by a Goliath Grouper as it was being reeled toward a fisherman's boat, purportedly off Bonita Springs earlier this month. As the shark is...
  • Murder trial starts for owner of pit bulls that mauled woman to death

    Murder trial starts for owner of pit bulls that mauled woman to death
    To prosecutors, Alex Donald Jackson was a small-town drug dealer who did nothing to prevent Pamela Devitt, 63, from being mauled to death by four of his pit bulls -- despite being warned on several occasions about how violent and dangerous the dogs...
  • Fresh seafood is the specialty in Apalachicola

    Fresh seafood is the specialty in Apalachicola
    The ideal base camp for the Florida Panhandle is Apalachicola, 75 miles southwest of Tallahassee. It has long been famous for its oysters, and lately for its demeanor: a historic fisherman's haven with stylish inns and galleries but solid Old South roots....
  • Summer salmon fishing numbers continue to boggle anglers

    The record-crushing summer salmon fishing season continues to boggle the minds of anglers off the coast, and now many are focusing on Buoy 10 at the Columbia River mouth. "There has been some action above and below the (Astoria-Megler) bridge," said...
  • Kayak anglers enjoy great offshore fishing

    Kayak anglers enjoy great offshore fishing
    The kayak fishing was world-class Saturday in Summer Slam Part 2 in Pompano Beach. The 108 kayaks that took off by the Pompano Fishing Pier came back with loads of kingfish, a big wahoo and an even bigger cobia. The cobia was a first for the Extreme...
  • Lehigh Valley outdoors show at Kempton Fairgrounds this weekend

    Bob Danenhower likes to talk. Just ask anyone who has ever walked into his taxidermy shop or visited his bait-and-tackle shop during fishing months. He also knows how to listen, which is why there is a big change for the 2014 Lehigh Valley Hunting and...
  • Once impossible to find, fishers run rampant around Olympic Peninsula

    Once locally extinct, fishers are bounding all over the Olympic Peninsula in Washington. First released into Olympic National Park in 2008 in an effort to repopulate the native carnivore, they now range from Neah Bay to Ocean Shores, from Port...
  • In the Pipeline: Remembering Huntington's queen of the pier

    In the Pipeline: Remembering Huntington's queen of the pier
    I never met Ella Christensen, known by many in Huntington Beach as the queen of the pier. What else would you call someone who at one time owned three thriving businesses on the city's most iconic structure? The Tackle Box, Neptune's Locker and the...