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Fishing

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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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  • Mexico's Sea of Cortez boasts some world-class fishing

    SAN JOSE DEL CABO, Mexico Tony Meranda watched as a Mexican fishing guide's dream scenario unfolded before him. First, a huge school of baitfish glistened on the surface of the Sea of Cortez. Then, a flock of frigates and gulls arrived in a frenzy,...
  • Children and their adult fishing mentors get an early start on trout

    There are a lot of good reasons to take a kid fishing. To spark a lifelong connection with the natural world, create a child-adult bonding experience, develop new sets of skills, stimulate deductive reasoning, build confidence, have fun ... Pennsylvania'...
  • 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....
  • Poquoson commercial fisherman loses license for violations

    A Poquoson man has lost his commercial fisherman's license for a year for illegally taking oysters. The Virginia Marine Resources Commission announced the revocation of Robert K. Topping Jr.'s license on Wednesday. Topping also lost his fishing...
  • Poquoson man convicted after harvesting oysters in polluted water; commission suspends licenses

    Poquoson man convicted after harvesting oysters in polluted water; commission suspends licenses
    The Virginia Marine Resources Commission has suspended a Poquoson commercial fisherman's licenses after he was convicted of taking oysters from a condemned area, an official said.  Robert K. Topping Jr. was convicted Jan. 27 on one count of taking...
  • Legislator looks to cap scallop harvest as fishery grows

    A state legislator wants to put a cap on the amount of Maine scallops that fishermen can harvest, even as the rebounding fishery is growing in volume and value a decade after crashing. The state's meaty scallops — harvested by drag boats or...
  • Palm Beach boat show will be biggest yet

    Palm Beach boat show will be biggest yet
    There will be lots more boats, a greater variety of workshops and, for the first time, an AquaZone pool for watersports when the Palm Beach International Boat Show kicks off Thursday in West Palm Beach. More than 1,000 boats will be displayed in the...
  • Correct Craft buys sport fishing boat makers

    Correct Craft buys sport fishing boat makers
    Correct Craft, owner of Nautique and Aktion Parks, announced Tuesday that it has entered a deal to buy bass fishing boat maker Bass Cat and Walleye fishing boat manufacturer Yar-Craft. Orlando boat maker Correct Craft expanding into the sport fishing...
  • Enfield Loaves and Fishes soup kitchen kicks off spring challenge fundraiser

    For the past 18 years, the Enfield Loaves and Fishes soup kitchen has held its annual fundraising efforts during the months of March and April, in concert with the Alan Feinstein Foundation Challenge, which has provided $1 million to proportionally...
  • Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s greatest fights No. 4: Jose Luis Castillo rematch

    Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s greatest fights No. 4: Jose Luis Castillo rematch
    Excuses in boxing often fall on deaf ears, usually deservedly so. With so much time to prepare, what happens in the ring is typically the result of that preparation, or lack thereof. So when Floyd Mayweather Jr. complained of a sore shoulder after...
  • Community news for Colchester edition

    Colchester Business Association Tag Sale COLCHESTER - On Sunday, June 14, The Colchester Business Association 34th Annual Tag Sale on the Green is coming. Early Bird signup rate of $30 for members is available until Tuesday, May 5, after which the...