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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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  • Robust, active baits attract more trout

    Scent, taste, color, size, position in the water all contribute to a fish's attraction to food. But in most cases, if the food isn't moving the game fish is moving on. That's why they call it "live" bait. As Pennsylvania anglers prepare for Saturday's...
  • Springtime at Missouri's Stockton Lake brings some good bass

    STOCKTON, Mo. Scott Pauley eyed the rocky bank at Stockton Lake and knew he was in the right spot. "This is an ideal spring bank, especially for jig fishing," Pauley said as he launched a long cast. "It has a good mix of rock and gravel, and that's...
  • Big kingfish biting off Boynton Beach

    Big kingfish biting off Boynton Beach
    Big kingfish were biting Saturday in the 10th annual Boynton Beach Firefighter Fishing Tournament. Kluch Clothing caught a 50.8-pound kingfish to win that division and $1,500. Red Eye Lures was second at 47.7 to win $1,000. Third-place Keri-N-On won...
  • Out of the Blue: Stillness of the drums a sad commentary

    First of two parts. As news of the Full Moon Drum Circle controversy and its imminent demise has spread, I've been ruminating on what it is that draws me so devotedly to such an incendiary gathering. I suppose my love affair with rhythm began in the...
  • Conservation groups push back on federal lands transfer idea

    Stung by a recent vote in Congress, national conservation groups are mustering opposition to the increasing call from many western states to transfer federal lands to state control. The U.S. Senate last month narrowly approved a budget amendment...
  • NFL outlaws tactic used by Patriots in AFC playoff win over Ravens

    NFL outlaws tactic used by Patriots in AFC playoff win over Ravens
    Will it be known as the Ravens rule? An NFL competition committee proposal to “make it illegal for an offensive player with an eligible number to report as ineligible and line up outside the core of the formation” got the necessary 75...
  • Poquoson man convicted after harvesting oysters in polluted water; commission suspends licenses

    Poquoson man convicted after harvesting oysters in polluted water; commission suspends licenses
    The Virginia Marine Resources Commission has suspended a Poquoson commercial fisherman's licenses after he was convicted of taking oysters from a condemned area, an official said.  Robert K. Topping Jr. was convicted Jan. 27 on one count of taking...
  • Boynton Fishing Club aims to make sport affordable

    Boynton Beach Fishing Club President Ken Sorensen is always looking for reasons to fish. "We are just a bunch of fishing guys looking for excuses to talk about fishing and go fishing," Sorensen, who has been president of the club for eight years, said....
  • Correct Craft buys sport fishing boat makers

    Correct Craft buys sport fishing boat makers
    Correct Craft, owner of Nautique and Aktion Parks, announced Tuesday that it has entered a deal to buy bass fishing boat maker Bass Cat and Walleye fishing boat manufacturer Yar-Craft. Orlando boat maker Correct Craft expanding into the sport fishing...
  • Enfield Loaves and Fishes soup kitchen kicks off spring challenge fundraiser

    For the past 18 years, the Enfield Loaves and Fishes soup kitchen has held its annual fundraising efforts during the months of March and April, in concert with the Alan Feinstein Foundation Challenge, which has provided $1 million to proportionally...
  • Community news for Colchester edition

    Colchester Business Association Tag Sale COLCHESTER - On Sunday, June 14, The Colchester Business Association 34th Annual Tag Sale on the Green is coming. Early Bird signup rate of $30 for members is available until Tuesday, May 5, after which the...