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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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  • On The Fly: Landon Donovan Exits On Top

    Like John Elway, Michael Strahan, Ray Bourque, David Robinson, Bill Russell, and Joe DiMaggio before him, Landon Donovan won a title in his final game. Donovan and the Los Angeles Galaxy secured the MLS Cup with a 2-1 victory over the New England...
  • Federal land deals full of thorny trade-offs

    One of the most ambitious public lands packages in years is speeding through Congress after being quietly attached to a must-pass bipartisan defense bill that cleared the House on Thursday. The measure includes about 70 public lands projects,...
  • Clever crows have a favorite side for tools, study finds

    Clever crows have a favorite side for tools, study finds
    Crows are more clever than you might think. They use tools to get food and can remember human faces. It turns out that crows also have a preference for the side on which they wield a stick tool -- somewhat like right- and left-handedness among humans....
  • Greg Cote's Week 14 NFL picks

    A rough Thanksgiving Day began last week's prognosticatory indigestion for us. We bounced back for a decent 11-5 mark overall but sloughed in at 7-9 against the spread despite two sizable outright upset bull's-eyes with Falcons over Cardinals ("Aawwk!")...
  • Tagging sharks to save the ocean

    Tagging sharks to save the ocean
    White sharks get a lot of attention from people, and Chris Fischer is capitalizing on that fascination with the ocean's ultimate predator to save the species and its habitat. Fischer is the founding chairman and expedition leader of OCEARCH, an...
  • Farmington River Group To Step Up Efforts Against Littering

    Farmington River Group To Step Up Efforts Against Littering
    CANTON — A multi-town group that includes Canton and monitors the Farmington River is looking to step its presence on the waterway next summer, in particular to get after littering. In May, the Farmington River Coordinating Committee hired a river...
  • Pipe-clogging zebra mussels a growing concern in Maryland

    Pipe-clogging zebra mussels a growing concern in Maryland
    Invasive zebra mussels — the bane of water systems and power plants in the Great Lakes area —appear to be proliferating in the lower Susquehanna River and the upper Chesapeake Bay, just a couple years after they were first spotted there....
  • Annapolis Yacht Club's Ruiz de Luque selected as coach for Magic Marine Easter Regatta

    Annapolis Yacht Club's Ruiz de Luque selected as coach for Magic Marine Easter Regatta
    Annapolis Yacht Club's Tomas Ruiz de Luque has been selected as one of two coaches who will take 15 U.S. Optimist Dinghy sailors to the 30th Magic Marine Easter Regatta in The Netherlands on March 29 to April 7. Ruiz de Luque and Richard Feeny, a...
  • $1.1 trillion federal spending bill advances over opposition

    The $1.1 trillion spending bill that survived a nail-biting vote in the House on Thursday night has several important provisions for the Hampton Roads defense community. But that vote was close for a reason: Both Republicans and Democrats object to...
  • The great seafood rip-off

    The great seafood rip-off
    When grouper appears on a restaurant menu, a diner ought to be confident that grouper is served, not catfish from Thailand. At the grocery store, a container labeled "Chesapeake Bay" crab meat should actually contain crab from the Chesapeake Bay. And no...
  • Seafood fraud cases plummet as NOAA cuts investigators

    Seafood fraud cases plummet as NOAA cuts investigators
    In a sprawling warehouse five miles inland from the port of Newark, N.J., Special Agent Scott Doyle was dwarfed by the metal shipping container that had just arrived from Indonesia and was headed to Maryland. It held 14 tons of pasteurized crabmeat,...