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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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  • 'Good Catch' nets Florida's fishing culture, recipes

    'Good Catch' nets Florida's fishing culture, recipes
    If you've fished off Florida's coast, pulled bass from Lake Okeechobee or drifted on the St. Johns or Ocklawaha rivers, then maybe you've also slurped oysters harvested from Apalachicola Bay, dug into spiny lobster in the Florida Keys or met Zodie Horton,...
  • Veteran boat captain getting youngsters hooked on fishing

    Veteran Miami Beach party boat captain Wayne Conn had a tough time selling his youth fishing programs to local schools when he launched them 10 years ago. But today things are a lot easier. "I got disheartened; they didn't want me," he said recently....
  • With new mobile apps, states engage citizens via smartphone

    Are you tonight's designated driver looking for a sober place to hang out while your buddies drink? The state of California has a mobile application you can download that pinpoints welcoming places and money-saving deals while you wait to take everyone...
  • Ice safety comes before winter recreation and productive fishing

    In recent years, new cold-weather clothing technologies and reliable ice fishing gear have made the sport easier and more comfortable, attracting a growing number of ice anglers and their families. But in the same ways that hunters understand the risks of...
  • Angler's first sailfish wins kayak tourney

    Angler's first sailfish wins kayak tourney
    There's a reason that Extreme Kayak Fishing's Sailfish Smack Down appeals to offshore fishing novices: They have as good a chance to win as anybody. For the second consecutive year, the winner of the tournament, which was Saturday and Sunday off the...
  • Report: Atlantic menhaden are in better shape than regulators thought

    Environmentalists and commercial fishermen have clashed for years over Atlantic menhaden and whether there are still plenty of the little fish left in the sea. The science seems to have backed the environmentalists, culminating in a 2012 interim stock...
  • Plan to help Biscayne Bay may tighten boat rules

    Plan to help Biscayne Bay may tighten boat rules
    Biscayne Bay's popularity with boaters and fisherman has taken a toll on sensitive marine life, prompting authorities to consider tighter restrictions. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration plans to develop a comprehensive conservation...
  • Gambler's Osinski wins Rayovac FLW tourney

    For Val Osinski of Gambler Lures, there's nothing better than when a fisherman uses his company's baits to win a bass tournament. Unless of course he's the one winning the tournament. That's what Osinski, of Pompano Beach, did last week, using a...
  • Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commision revamps Mentored Youth Fishing Days

    Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commision revamps Mentored Youth Fishing Days
    Young anglers will have more pre-season trout fishing opportunities. Thanks to a new initiative passed during last week's first quarterly meetings of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, children taking part in the Mentored Youth Fishing Days will...
  • Norfolk Canyon yields deep-sea coral surprises

    Norfolk Canyon yields deep-sea coral surprises
    About 80 miles off the Virginia coast, the Continental Shelf drops off from a depth of 600 feet to sink thousands of feet more toward the black bottom of the deep ocean. The shelf stretches north to Canada, and carved all along its slope are great...
  • Does Maryland have the political will to restore the bay?

    Does Maryland have the political will to restore the bay?
    On Oct. 4, Jay Sadowski, an avid fisherman and hunter, died of leukemia at age 59. The cancer was discovered while he was being treated for a flesh-eating infection he contracted while fishing in the South River near where Gov. Larry Hogan lives. The...