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Fishing

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

Top Fishing Articles

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  • Duluth angler lures friends to Ontario's Lake Nipigon with reports of huge lake trout

    Lake Nipigon, Ontario We had already seen our daily moose on the Onaman River. The cow had been browsing aquatic vegetation when Chuck Erickson's 26-foot Grady-White glided past. Now, where the river opened onto the expanse of Lake Nipigon, Erickson...
  • Movie Company Pays Writers a Dime a Click to Write About Faith-Based Film

    How much is a movie mention worth? About a dime per click, it seems. A film critic for a newspaper in Miami received an email from a marketing associate for Riot Studios about promoting the upcoming faith-based dramedy "Believe Me." The pic stars Nick...
  • Yellow fever terrified region 115 years ago

    No one who saw the front page of the Aug. 1, 1899, Daily Press had to think twice about the potentially lethal news of yellow fever at the Old Soldiers' Home in Hampton. "A DREADED VISITOR," the lead headline intoned, underscoring the awful power of the...
  • Anglers snag top catches at Walk on Water benefit

    Members of the St. Coleman's Church Men's Club of Pompano Beach and their families once again reeled in successful results during the recent Walk on Water salt water fishing tournament benefiting Special Olympics Broward County. A total of $3,500 was...
  • 'The Super Bowl of big fish tournaments'

    'The Super Bowl of big fish tournaments'
    One might not associate ocean fishing with 100-pound fish, sponsorships and millions in cash prizes. But for fishing boat captain Ted Deppe, that's what it is. The 52-year-old from Crownsville, along with two crewmates and five anglers, spend much of...
  • Bad behavior shouldn't be babied at restaurants

    Bad behavior shouldn't be babied at restaurants
    Parents take note: Your delightful little darlings aren't welcome in every dining room.  That's the unsubtle message to patrons at Shake's Old Fisherman's Grotto on Fisherman's Wharf in Monterey. As a mom of two mostly well-behaved toddlers, I...
  • Review: Kinmont ★

    Review: Kinmont ★
    One of the signature dishes at 6-month-old Kinmont is the Fisherman's Stew, a sized-for-two bounty of fish, shellfish and vegetables. It's an unwieldy dish, even a slightly sloppy one — the massive prawns are shell-on — but the cluttered...
  • No cause found for thousands of dead menhaden reported in Chesapeake Bay

    No cause found for thousands of dead menhaden reported in Chesapeake Bay
    Experts still aren't sure what killed thousands of dead menhaden that local fishermen reported floating in a long line near the northern stretch of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel over the weekend. And they say they might never know. The state...
  • It's almost Shark Week! 5 cool places to see 'em up close

    It's almost Shark Week! 5 cool places to see 'em up close
    If you haven't seen it yet, actor Rob Lowe plays a shark-riding, chum-flinging action figure in a hilarious ad for Discovery Channel's annual Shark Week TV blitz that starts Aug. 10. "So sharky," Lowe breathlessly intones as hammerheads and great whites...
  • Aug. 1 Letters: James River pier

    Why spend more? Re: "Rebuilt pier to keep most of its length," July 29. According to the article: 1. The lowest bidder came in $2.1 million below the budgeted amount for the fishing pier. (Yeah!) 2. Even though most anglers do not go beyond the 1,200-...
  • Reader Report: Two juniors introduce Westside girls to the ocean

    Reader Report: Two juniors introduce Westside girls to the ocean
    Newport Beach residents and Mater Dei High School juniors Matt Brennan and Ben Teitscheid wanted to give back to their community and started with something they know plenty about — coastal living. Through research, the duo chose to start an...