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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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  • '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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Arctic cold provides for good ice on Mississippi River

    DE SOTO, Wis. The early morning sky was steely blue and peppered with lingering starbursts. Perhaps, one might wonder, those were spots it cracked from the cold. At 7:30 a.m. the mercury registered 0 degrees Fahrenheit. The null reading wasn't because...
  • Kayakers keen on sailfish tournament

    Kayakers keen on sailfish tournament
    There is something special about catching and releasing a sailfish from a kayak. Even more appealing is that it apparently doesn't take much sailfishing experience to do so. That's why the second annual Sailfish Smack Down is so popular. According...
  • The thrill of backcountry cobias

    The thrill of backcountry cobias
    One of the great things about fishing in what's known as the backcountry of the Florida Keys is the variety of fish that you can catch. There are bonefish and tarpon, redfish and trout and sharks and snook in the shallow waters of Florida Bay and the...
  • Is Canelo-Cotto fight off? What about Mayweather-Pacquiao bout?

    Is Canelo-Cotto fight off? What about Mayweather-Pacquiao bout?
    It was a panic-button announcement, but don’t press it just yet. Oscar De La Hoya told reporters in Las Vegas on Saturday that a potential Saul “Canelo” Alvarez-Miguel Cotto fight is not going to happen. “We had a deadline -- a...
  • Regional Digest: Eastern Shells Keene State 95-71

    Men's Basketball Eastern 95, Keene St., 71: Trachone Preston, with 23 points, and five teammates in double figures led Eastern St. (14-3, 6-0 LEC) to a decisive 95-71 win over Keene St. (12-3, 4-2 LEC) in Keene, N.H. Women's Basketball St. Joseph 67,...
  • Angler's first sailfish wins kayak tourney

    Angler's first sailfish wins kayak tourney
    There's a reason that Extreme Kayak Fishing's Sailfish Smack Down appeals to offshore fishing novices: They have as good a chance to win as anybody. For the second consecutive year, the winner of the tournament, which was Saturday and Sunday off the...
  • Report: Atlantic menhaden are in better shape than regulators thought

    Environmentalists and commercial fishermen have clashed for years over Atlantic menhaden and whether there are still plenty of the little fish left in the sea. The science seems to have backed the environmentalists, culminating in a 2012 interim stock...
  • Plan to help Biscayne Bay may tighten boat rules

    Plan to help Biscayne Bay may tighten boat rules
    Biscayne Bay's popularity with boaters and fisherman has taken a toll on sensitive marine life, prompting authorities to consider tighter restrictions. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration plans to develop a comprehensive conservation...