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Fishing

Fishing
A collection of news and information related to Fishing published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo AP)
A collection of news and information related to Fishing published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo AP) « Show less

Top Fishing Articles

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  • Kansas emerging as blue cat destination

    Looking for some world-class blue-cat fishing? Brad Kilpatrick will give you directions to Kansas. Kilpatrick, who lives in Overland Park, runs the Kansas City Catfish tournament circuit and is an avid big-cat fisherman himself. And he will tell you that...
  • Steelhead are just one of many signs that spring's bounty has arrived

    RACINE, Wis. There's a rare sense of balance on the first days of spring. Our days are half light, half dark. The sun rises directly in the east, sets due west. But let the clouds part and the mercury rise, and any sense of equilibrium is lost: Our...
  • Reader feedback April 2: Shark satire, health care bargaining

    A fierce April Fools' farce The Daily Press shared a parody article about great white sharks in the Chesapeake Bay, which included the following fictitious news, with a disclaimer at the end of the story: A national shark institution is predicting...
  • As insurance company lobbies for tax break, it steps up its campaign contributions

    The nation’s largest title insurance company is lobbying the Florida Legislature for a controversial tax break that could save its industry more than $5 million a year. If lawmakers sign off, the measure would allow Jacksonville-based Fidelity...
  • Bass are biting in Everglades canals

    Bass are biting in Everglades canals
    Bass fishing in the Everglades has been good and it is primed to get even better in the coming weeks. Low water levels in 'Glades canals is the reason that bass are biting so well at Everglades Holiday Park and Sawgrass Recreation Park. As the water...
  • 2,000-hp Trion Nemesis angling to be America's next great supercar

     
    Filed under: Coupe, Performance You can add one more name to the list of boutique builders hoping to break into the automotive industry. This time it's a California-based outfit called Trion Supercars that is launching the 2,000-horsepower Nemesis. It's...
  • In the midst of a rough and icy winter, when will Minnesota spring forward

    MINNEAPOLIS When Larry Anderson looks out across Leech Lake these days, he sees winter: Snowdrifts, trucks driving on the 3-foot-thick ice and anglers boring holes to fish. "Most parts of the lake you need an extension on your auger to go through the...
  • Snowshoes and steelhead on the legendary Brule

    ALONG THE BRULE RIVER, Wis. The thermometer fell to 14 degrees in the valley here Saturday morning, but Derek Leslie didn't mind. Leslie got his spot near Co-op Hole around midnight to make sure he had a decent place to fish for the opening of the...
  • Angler pleads guilty, loses potential world-record fish

    Rob Scott, the Minnesota angler who caught a potential tip-up world-record lake trout in February, pleaded guilty on Friday in Canada's Fort Frances Provincial Offences Court to keeping one lake trout over his limit. Scott, 65, won't get to keep the...
  • Catch-and-release trout fishing is catching on in Lehigh Valley

    People enjoy the opening day of trout season in all kinds of different ways. Some like to cook the fish as soon as they catch a few. Others like to camp out. Some people are there simply for the camaraderie. Others want to hit their five-trout limit and...
  • Lehigh River Stocking Association tags a special trout

    Anglers could stand toe-to-toe with any postal delivery workers. Rain, snow, sleet and hail — we had three of those four conditions this past weekend, plus high winds — do not deter seasoned anglers from casting lines, especially on opening...