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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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  • 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...
  • 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'...
  • Outdoors: Spawning perch crossing anglers' paths

    Outdoors: Spawning perch crossing anglers' paths
    Obvious spring markers aren't that hard to miss: Longer days, waterfowls' reverse migration and the caravan of cars pulled off onto skinny shoulders to catch the tail end of yellow perch spawning run or intercept the beginning of that of white perch....
  • From the Boathouse: Fish around for the rules of sport fishing

    Ahoy! We are having perfect summertime weather for the start of spring, with the sea conditions very favorable for boating, and many people are offshore fishing. Everyone who likes to fish should review the current regulations published by the...
  • Eastern Shore spillway savvy

    With Old Man Winter finally letting go, it's time to focus on some Delmarva spillway fishing. Spillways, tumble holes, cubbyholes, call them what you will. They are the small, sometimes fish infested pockets that lie immediately below a lake or dam...
  • Pulte withdraws Willow Crossing proposal in Northbrook

    The Northbrook Plan Commission can't kick Pulte Homes around anymore. After two and a half years, the Atlanta-based builder dropped its Willow Crossing proposal to build houses on 5.1 acres of land in the 3000 block of Willow Road, company Vice President...
  • Rockfish returns — to soup bowls

    Rockfish returns — to soup bowls
    Now that we've saved the fish, can we save the fishermen? The Pacific rockfish went from near ubiquity to nearly endangered, but today it is a sustainability success story. On top of that, it is everything even the shyest of eaters could want in...