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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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  • A less traditional, more wacky way to catch bass

    ON BONE CREEK LAKE, Kan. Midway through a fishing trip on Bone Creek Lake, Zac Udock had a wacky idea. The bass weren't biting other baits, so it was time for Udock to go to his secret weapon the wacky rig. "This is my go-to bait," Udock said as he...
  • Manhattan Beach extends pier fishing ban after shark bite

    Manhattan Beach officials have extended a temporary ban on fishing from the city’s pier for two months, after a swimmer was bitten by a shark during the Fourth¬†of July weekend. The temporary ban, which was instituted immediately and was set to...
  • Miami Beach angler captures World Cup

    A Miami Beach angler caught a 656-pound blue marlin late in the day Friday out of Kona, Hawaii, to win the 30th annual World Cup Blue Marlin Championship. The unique winner-take-all tournament has teams around the world fishing for eight hours for a blue...
  • 5 Peninsula beaches perfect for D.C. daytrippers

    A story on the website of the Washington Post tells readers that there are five beaches they can enjoy without having to brave the dreaded Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel. In "Skip the boardwalk, tunnels: 5 Virginia beaches you've never heard of," by Jane...
  • For a career change, how about worm farming?

    For a career change, how about worm farming?
    Some people see worms as wriggly, slimy crawlers, but Bill Clark saw them as a second career move. "I was an [air] traffic controller at Newport News. I had done that for 30 some years and you have to retire at age 56. So I was looking for… a...
  • The advantages of fishing shallow

    The advantages of fishing shallow
    What Capt. Sam Heaton's custom Gheenoe lacks in size and power it makes up for in access and stealth. And take it from me, there's a lot to be said about being able to fish places that other anglers can't get to, as well as being able to get a cast at...
  • Outdoors notebook

    Saltwater tournament: The Saint Coleman's Men's Club has its 14th annual "Walk On Water" Salt Water Fishing Tournament July 19. Entry fee is $225 per boat for up to four anglers. Proceeds benefit The Special Olympics of Broward County. Kickoff party is 6-...
  • Outdoors calendar

    July 19: The Saint Coleman's Men's Club has its 14th annual "Walk On Water" Salt Water Fishing Tournament. Entry fee is $225 per boat for up to four anglers. Proceeds benefit The Special Olympics of Broward County. Kickoff party is 6-9 p.m. July 18 at...
  • FloriDUH: A 'testicle-eating' fish found in Florida waters?

    Forget JAWS. There apparently are bigger, more fearful fish to fry. A Sarasota angler told WWSB News he caught a pacu -- a relative of the notorious piranha family -- on Florida's Suncoast, reports WWSB ABC News-7 in Sarasota. The fisherman also...
  • On the doorstep of Door County

    On the doorstep of Door County
    Interstate Highway 43 is the fastest way for Chicagoans to get to Door County, one of Wisconsin's best-known summer vacation destinations. It's also the best way to miss out on Lake Michigan's more rural and budget-friendly shoreline. Just south of...
  • After great white attack, PETA calls for fishing ban at pier

    After great white attack, PETA calls for fishing ban at pier
    After a swimmer was bitten by a juvenile great white shark, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is calling for a permanent fishing ban on the Manhattan Beach Pier. Police temporarily banned pier fishing through Tuesday after 50-year-old Steven...