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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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  • Reel fun time at IGFA's annual banquet Jan. 30

    Reel fun time at IGFA's annual banquet Jan. 30
    The 31st annual “International Auction & Banquet” will take place Jan. 30 at 6 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six in Fort Lauderdale. Surrounded by sportfishing legends and angling aficionados, attendees can bid on exciting items....
  • Royal Palm Beach woman completes half-marathon

    Deb Lorenz saw a recent half-marathon race as just another thing to check off her bucket list. The 57-year-old Royal Palm Beach woman has run a few local 5K races, a 10K and did a sprint triathlon on Aug. 31 so she was hopeful of adding a half marathon...
  • Duck hunters have to work harder

    For South Florida waterfowlers, the current duck season has been disappointing, as ducks have been scattered and often scarce. It's been a struggle to find consistent numbers of birds in traditional hunting areas such as the Everglades and Lake...
  • In the wake of weakened Voting Rights Act, tension rises as Texas city changes election system

    When the movie "Urban Cowboy" made this refinery town famous in 1980, the honkytonk Gilley's was booming and wannabe cowpokes from the white Houston suburbs flocked here to drink and dance. Houston was the big city, but Pasadena was for kicks. Today...
  • Dredging resumes for Port of Palm Beach

    Dredging resumes for Port of Palm Beach
    A buildup of sand hampering ship navigation has triggered emergency dredging at the Lake Worth Inlet — and stirred up renewed controversy about a push to go even deeper. The Port of Palm Beach got federal permission and state help to clear away...
  • VIMS geologists use sediment cores as a window to the past

    VIMS geologists use sediment cores as a window to the past
    When geologists study the history of the Chesapeake Bay or other coastal environments, sometimes they go deep. Literally. Sometimes hundreds of feet deep. They don't plumb the murky depths of the water itself, but the soft subsurface lying beneath....
  • Reel Deals At Anglers' Tag Sale

    The Farmington Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited will hold its Angling Gear Tag Sale from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 7, at the Farmington Community & Senior Center, located at 321 New Britain Ave. in Unionville. Saltwater and freshwater rods and reels,...
  • Celia Rivenbark: Would Cuba welcome these stale U.S. exports?

    Now that we are thiiiis close to asking Cuba to the prom, I've been thinking that it's the perfect time to unload, er, share some of the people and things that have, well, overstayed their welcome in our country or maybe need a little change of scene....
  • Top 10 recipes of 2014 have us taking another bite

     Top 10 recipes of 2014 have us taking another bite
    From a brightly flavored green tomato chutney to savory main dishes like a fiery crying tiger flank steak and rich spinach and ricotta gnudi to showstopper desserts like a fruit-packed rhubarb-strawberry pie and bourbon-laced pecan ice cream, 2014 was all...
  • The road to Tambobo Bay: Teaching a photo workshop in the Philippines

     
    The road to Tambobo Bay stretched out like a ribbon of grey concrete, smoothing the way to a remote fishing village that now appears on the brink of development. It wasn’t like this just a year ago. Roads don’t happen by accident, and the...
  • Pipe-clogging zebra mussels a growing concern in Maryland

    Pipe-clogging zebra mussels a growing concern in Maryland
    Invasive zebra mussels — the bane of water systems and power plants in the Great Lakes area —appear to be proliferating in the lower Susquehanna River and the upper Chesapeake Bay, just a couple years after they were first spotted there....