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Fishing
A collection of news and information related to Fishing published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo AP)
A collection of news and information related to Fishing published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • 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...
  • Pa. streams open for fishing 8 a.m. Saturday

    Windy, cool and cloudy. Perhaps a bit too windy and cool. Saturday's forecast for the opening day of trout season in the 18-county region of Southeastern/Southcentral Pennsylvania is nowhere near as idyllic as last year's opening day. Many local bait...
  • Outdoors Calendar

    BIKING APRIL 25: The Connecticut Cycling Advancement Program is hosting two benefit road rides followed by a barbecue. The road rides include one 25-mile option and a 60-mile option. Registration begins at 8 a.m. followed by a kickoff ceremony at 9 a.m....
  • Record-high prices boost Florida Keys spiny lobster season

    Record-high prices boost Florida Keys spiny lobster season
    Florida Keys fishermen say record-high wholesale prices made for a good spiny lobster season. The six-month harvest ended Tuesday. Tom Matthews of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute tells The Miami HeraldĀ that projections suggest a final...
  • Bass bite decent; tuna catch starting to pick up in OBX | Fishing report 4/2

    Bass bite decent; tuna catch starting to pick up in OBX | Fishing report 4/2
    This is the time of year that many of us head to the Outer Banks for what can be fantastic tuna fishing. You will need to check before you go. Oregon Inlet was closed this week to any vessel drawing more than two feet. Two dredge boats are working now...
  • No poachers need apply

    No poachers need apply
    I enjoyed the article about state legislators who choose to live in or near Annapolis during the 90-day winter legislative session ("Maryland's part-time lawmakers seek balance between family life, public service," March 1). One legislator, a lawyer,...
  • Angler releases a rare longbill spearfish

    Angler releases a rare longbill spearfish
    Matt Jones was fishing off Fort Lauderdale for dolphin when he had one of the rarest catches of all: a longbill spearfish. "That'll probably be the last one I catch," Jones said. Jones was fishing on Dolphin Buster with Rickie Cummings. They had...
  • Tally pols must stop obeying Big Sugar, save Everglades

    Tally pols must stop obeying Big Sugar, save Everglades
    With wealthy sugar polluters running the show in Tallahassee, it sometimes seems hopeless to stop them from slowly killing our coasts and destroying the Everglades. However, a coalition of outdoor recreationists including hunters and anglers,...
  • 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 costs...
  • 4 years after Fukushima, Japan considers restarting nuclear facilities

    On many Friday evenings, 38-year-old Tomo Iwabuchi and six friends can be found on a street corner in Fukushima City, banging drums, chanting and singing. "Zero nukes!" Iwabuchi yells into a microphone as a few pedestrians stride by. "The Fukushima...
  • O'Malley: Presidency 'not some crown' families should share

    O'Malley: Presidency 'not some crown' families should share
    Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley took a swipe at 2016 contenders Hillary Rodham Clinton and Jeb Bush on Sunday, saying that "the presidency of the United States is not some crown to be passed between two families." Appearing on ABC's "This Week," O'...