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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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  • Founder of Mr. Goodcents chain builds an outdoors paradise in Kansas

    MAPLETON, Kan. Joe Bisogno bounced down a rugged path in his ATV until he reached a scenic vista of the paradise he has built in southeast Kansas. "If I would blindfold you and bring you here, you would never guess you were in Kansas," said Bisogno, 54,...
  • Washington town celebrates its salmon-fishing history

    The small Pacific Coast town of Westport, Wash., is celebrating its centennial this summer, and the timing couldn't be more perfect with salmon fishing resembling the "good old days." Located at the mouth of Grays Harbor on the southernmost peninsula...
  • Missouri Ozarks state park keeps trout coming

    LEBANON, Mo. It was a special moment for grandfather or granddaughter, shared at a place that's their favorite in the world when together. Gary Madole spoke softly as he coached 12-year-old Nikki on landing her first trout on a fly rod at Bennett Springs...
  • Hooking musky from land requires an understanding of its habitat

    PITTSBURGH Honored by the Ojibwa Indians who gave it its name, revered by anglers for its sheer size and difficulty to catch, the fabled "fish of 10,000 casts" struck on the first cast just 2 feet from shore and was immediately lifted out of the water....
  • 'Agitated' shark bites swimmer off California beach

    'Agitated' shark bites swimmer off California beach
    A 7-foot great white shark bit a swimmer off the coast near Manhattan Beach in Southern California on Saturday, leaving the man with moderate injuries, a fire department official said. The shark bit the long-distance swimmer in the upper torso and...
  • Former Sen. Alan Dixon dead at 86. 'He took really great care of people'

    Former Sen. Alan Dixon dead at 86. 'He took really great care of people'
    During much his two terms as a U.S. senator, in the 1980s and early 1990s, Alan Dixon was the locally minded counterpart to then-Sen. Paul Simon, always angling for the best deals for Illinois. He was known as “Al the Pal” for his...
  • Shark attack victim stared 'eyeball to eyeball' with predator

    Shark attack victim stared 'eyeball to eyeball' with predator
    A long-distance ocean swimmer who was attacked by a great white shark at Manhattan Beach over the weekend said he stared the predator in the eye as it sunk its teeth into his chest before finally releasing him. Steven Robles, a 50-year-old real estate...
  • Shark was hooked on line for nearly an hour before attack

    Shark was hooked on line for nearly an hour before attack
    The shark that bit a swimmer near the Manhattan Beach pier Saturday morning was hooked by a fisherman on the pier for nearly an hour and had become increasingly annoyed as it tried to free itself, authorities said. "He was trying to get off the line,"...
  • Shark bite exposes uneasy coexistence between fishermen, beachgoers

    Shark bite exposes uneasy coexistence between fishermen, beachgoers
    The weekend biting of a long-distance swimmer by a great white shark exposed an uneasy coexistence between fishermen and beachgoers at Manhattan Beach Pier. The swimmer, Steve Robles, a 50-year-old real estate professional, is expected to recover from...
  • Fishermen not 'chumming' on pier before shark attack, witness says

    Fishermen not 'chumming' on pier before shark attack, witness says
    A great white shark that bit a swimmer near Manhattan Beach Pier on Saturday was not attracted to the area by chumming, according to an aquarium director who witnessed the incident. Three fishermen were using baited fishing lines thrown from the pier,...
  • Worm farming brings new career for Gloucester man

    GLOUCESTER – Some people see worms as wriggly, slimy crawlers, but Bill Clark saw them as a second career move. "I was an [air] traffic controller at Newport News. I had done that for 30 some years and you have to retire at age 56. So I was...