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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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  • State agency stocks Robinson Lake

    State agency stocks Robinson Lake
    Schools of catfish lingered around the eastern shore of Robinson Lake for a bit Tuesday, then darted further into its waters, vanishing from view. They were among 400 catfish released into the 16-acre Hobart lake on Liverpool Road, just south of 49th...
  • Six candidates in the running for county administrator

    Six candidates in the running for county administrator
    Local government insiders and out-of-state candidates are among the six finalists getting the chance to replace Palm Beach County Administrator Robert Weisman. After months of recruiting candidates and then whittling down from more than 80 applicants,...
  • Reel in fun at fishing classic

    Reel in fun at fishing classic
    Fishing can be solo endeavor, a quiet, contemplative few hours hopefully interrupted by a few splashes and the sound of reeling in a good catch. Or it can be a time to gather with family and friends, share some stories and help one another land a...
  • Some early-season fishing options

    This has been the longest, most stubborn progression of spring I can recall in several decades and, as a result, a lot of fishing opportunities are just now starting to emerge. Whereas most anglers would still be waiting for the warmer spring weather, I...
  • Agreement Reached To Remove Barrier To Haddam Canal On Connecticut River

    Agreement Reached To Remove Barrier To Haddam Canal On Connecticut River
    HADDAM — Opponents of a floating barrier blocking access to a canal at the decommissioned Connecticut Yankee nuclear power plant applauded a decision Monday to remove it. The canal was popular with anglers on the Connecticut River in Haddam Neck....
  • Ted Dzialo's northwoods dream became reality

    Ted Dzialo's northwoods dream became reality
    What a small, intimate fraternity the outdoors world is! I was teaching English at Lindblom Technical High School on the South Side of Chicago during the 1970s and was writing for several outdoor magazines as well as a weekly newspaper outdoors column....
  • With Iran and now Cuba, Obama breakthroughs face hard sell

    After breakthroughs abroad, President Barack Obama is finding stern challenges at home to his foreign policy, facing hard sells to skeptics over U.S. shifts, first on Iran and now Cuba. Obama returned to Washington early Sunday still basking in the...
  • Maryland's new rockfish restrictions spark debate with season opening April 18

    Maryland's new rockfish restrictions spark debate with season opening April 18
    Mother Nature put the brakes on mother rockfish this spring. The harsh winter has slowed the annual migration of striped bass up the East Coast, delaying their arrival in the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries to spawn. So when rockfish season opens...
  • Fishing Season Kicks Off With Bonus For Torrington's Richard Pasko

    For one lucky Connecticut angler, the late afternoon hours of fishing season's Opening Day provided more than just a bite on the line. It resulted in a bulge in the wallet. Richard Pasko of Torrington reeled in one of two tagged trout released into the...
  • Hampton U. ready for season finale vs. Norfolk State

    Hampton U. ready for season finale vs. Norfolk State
    HAMPTON — Hampton University's women are in a familiar position, gunning for a regular-season championship, while the Pirates' men hope to build some momentum with a closing win against their chief rival. The Lady Pirates can wrap up a fifth...
  • Florida's barracuda population needs protection

    Florida is well known as The Fishing Capital of the World. More than 1.4 million saltwater anglers visit our state annually, and many more enjoy our delicious seafood. In spite of all this demand, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission...