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A collection of news and information related to Fishing published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo AP)
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  • 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...
  • Coast Guard copter uses rotor wind to rescue iced-in boaters

    A US. Coast Guard helicopter crew used the wind from the rotor blades to clear a path through the ice for two men who got stuck in Lake Michigan while fishing, the agency says. The rescue happened Saturday about a half mile from the mouth of Lake...
  • Old candidates, young voters and the future of Philadelphia

    The oldest of the half-dozen Democrats angling to be Philadelphia's next mayor danced into a recent youth summit to the bass-thumping beat of 50 Cent's hip-hop classic "In da Club." A day after fainting at a televised debate, 74-year-old Lynne Abraham...
  • 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...
  • Anglers head out for opening day of trout season

    Connecticut anglers are celebrating the unofficial end of winter with the official start of fishing season. The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection stocked the state's lakes, ponds and rivers with 341,000 trout in advance of...
  • W.Va. artist turns trophy fish into paintings

    Janet Ripper Chambers is an artist, but she's also a two-dimensional taxidermist. The trophies she creates don't start off as slimy, smelly carcasses. They don't have to be gutted, stretched over fish-shaped chunks of foam and stitched back together;...
  • Outdoors: Trophy season springs upon us

    Outdoors: Trophy season springs upon us
    I won't speak for you but spring fishing sure has snuck up on me. Big time. While chasing white perch up the Choptank River, herring splashed against the riverbank, driving me to distraction but in a welcoming way. A stream of catch-and-release rockfish...
  • Shark sightings close San Clemente beach

    Shark sightings off the coast of San Clemente has shut down a beach at least through noon Saturday, officials said. A fisherman spotted a shark near the city's municipal pier about 7 p.m. Thursday, said Ian Burton, a marine safety officer. A second...
  • Marsh Supermarkets to close 4 more stores in Indiana

    Marsh Supermarkets says it's closing four more stores across Indiana due to difficulty competing with national chains and small boutique grocers. The Fishers-based company says locations in Indianapolis, Lafayette, Fishers and Mooresville will close in...
  • Number of slaves found on Indonesian island at almost 550

    The number of enslaved fishermen found on a remote Indonesian island has now reached nearly 550, after a fact-finding team returned for a single day to make sure no one had been left behind nearly a week after more than half of the men were removed in a...