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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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  • Fishing Hall of Fame, Museum to bid farewell to Dania Beach

    Fishing Hall of Fame, Museum to bid farewell to Dania Beach
    This maritime museum is weighing anchor and setting sail — all the way to the backwaters of Missouri. The Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum, housed in a distinctive, steel-sheathed building along Interstate 95, will soon leave Dania Beach for new...
  • 'Lefty' Kreh recounts nearly 70 years of fishing for dorado, tarpon and one pterodactyl

    'Lefty' Kreh recounts nearly 70 years of fishing for dorado, tarpon and one pterodactyl
    There are few anglers more revered than Frederick native Bernard "Lefty" Kreh. Kreh, who turned 90 last month, has fished for nearly 70 years with everyone from Ted Williams to Fidel Castro, and from President Jimmy Carter to Ernest Hemingway. Enshrined...
  • Eat like a local in Flagler Beach

    Eat like a local in Flagler Beach
    While on vacation, the food you enjoy is almost as important as the attractions you visit. Coming from out of town may make it difficult to find the best local eateries. Instead of fretting over where to eat, check out some of the highest-rated...
  • Palm Beach boat show will be biggest yet

    Palm Beach boat show will be biggest yet
    There will be lots more boats, a greater variety of workshops and, for the first time, an AquaZone pool for watersports when the Palm Beach International Boat Show kicks off Thursday in West Palm Beach. More than 1,000 boats will be displayed in the...
  • Working to get Baltimore kids hooked on fishing

    Working to get Baltimore kids hooked on fishing
    Each spring, for 25 years, Dee Tochterman has taught countless children the basics of fishing. Co-owner of Tochterman's Fly Shop, a longtime fixture in East Baltimore, she routinely ushers youngsters and their parents onto nearby Chapel Stree for a...
  • New menhaden study renews debate on catch limits

    New menhaden study renews debate on catch limits
    Menhaden may or may not be the most important fish in the sea, but the oily little fish is again generating a pretty big debate about how many of them can be caught along the Atlantic coast and still leave enough behind for other fish and wildlife to eat....
  • Celebrations begin before baseball stadium deal reached

    Celebrations begin before baseball stadium deal reached
    Local and state officials have been eager to celebrate Palm Beach County landing two more spring training baseball teams, even if the deal isn’t expected to be finalized until at least May. The Houston Astros and Washington Nationals have agreed...
  • This crowd gets emotional: It's emo night Taking Back Tuesday

    On a Tuesday night in February, the line to get into the Echoplex stretched all the way down Glendale Boulevard. Hundreds of mid-20s to early-30-somethings waited with huge grins on their faces, ready to hear the music that changed their young lives. Once...
  • Officers rescue fisherman at Jersey shore

    Two police officers swam through frigid waters to rescue a fisherman whose boat sank in the middle of a lake during two children's fishing tournaments. Spring Lake police told the Asbury Park Press no injuries were reported in the incident, which...
  • Philippines making waves over China's moves in disputed waters

    Philippines making waves over China's moves in disputed waters
    China's moves to explore for oil and undertake land reclamation projects on contested islets in the South China Sea have upset a number of its neighbors, including Vietnam. But none has taken a tougher stance against Beijing's moves than the Philippines....
  • Indonesian government frees Burmese men made to work as slaves after AP investigation

    Indonesian government frees Burmese men made to work as slaves after AP investigation
    At first the men filtered in by twos and threes, hearing whispers of a possible rescue. Then, as the news rippled around the island, hundreds of weathered former and current slaves with long, greasy hair and tattoos streamed from their trawlers, down...