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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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  • 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!")...
  • Council workers cheat taxpayers with political work, embattled watchdog says

    Council workers cheat taxpayers with political work, embattled watchdog says
    As he fights to keep his job amid accusations of incompetence leveled by the Chicago aldermen he investigates, the City Council's internal watchdog on Wednesday issued a report that concluded many council employees were doing political work on the...
  • What constitutes cruel and unusual punishment?

    What constitutes cruel and unusual punishment?
    Should a fisherman face two decades in prison for discarding a few fish at sea? That question is at the core of a statutory interpretation case the Supreme Court heard in November, but it also raises another question: What does "cruel and unusual...
  • Minimum wage hike draws ire, praise

    Minimum wage hike draws ire, praise
    Chicago on Tuesday joined the growing ranks of major cities that have raised their minimum wage, a move decried by business groups as a jobs killer but touted by labor groups and other supporters as a way to lift Chicago workers and their families out...
  • Banner salmon season worth being thankful for

    This past summer's salmon returns transpired into some of the best sport fishing seen in a long time off the coast and in the Columbia River. The initial positive signs started when the selective fishery for hatchery-marked chinook began at the end of...
  • Hunters and anglers rally to back EPA proposals

    The backers of two proposed Obama administration environmental rules extend to a constituency normally thought to have Republican leanings: hunters and anglers. They're lining up behind two controversial EPA rules proposed this year, to exert more...
  • Better weather should mean good fishing

    Rain, wind and rough seas have kept offshore anglers from fishing the past few days, but better conditions are right around the corner. "We haven't fished at all," said Capt. Skip Dana of the Fish City Pride and Helen S drift boats of Pompano Beach....
  • Videology competing in crowded market as it weighs IPO or sale

    Videology competing in crowded market as it weighs IPO or sale
    A couple of generations ago, advertisers could run a commercial on "The Ed Sullivan Show" and "everyone in the world saw it," said ad technology entrepreneur Scott Ferber. Now it's not so simple to reach viewers, who are watching their favorite shows on...
  • Timing just right for Suchter in Chesapeake Bay Fall Classic

    Timing just right for Suchter in Chesapeake Bay Fall Classic
    The night before last weekend's 22nd annual Chesapeake Bay Fall Classic, Josh Suchter was less concerned with catching the biggest rockfish than he was with just getting his boat into the water. Fishtank had alternator problems, and the Prince Frederick...