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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

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  • Crist camp keeps re-hashing mega-fraud at Scott's company

    Crist camp keeps re-hashing mega-fraud at Scott's company
    TALLAHASSEE -- They hope it's the fraud file that keeps on giving. Florida Democrats angling to save gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist are employing a full-court press with the $1.7 billion in fraud fines Gov. Rick Scott's old company, Columbia/HCA,...
  • Strong bass catches at Lake Okeechobee

    Strong bass catches at Lake Okeechobee
    Tournament anglers at Lake Okeechobee had some nice bass catches over the weekend. Randy Norton and Joe Moran caught 19.07 pounds Sunday to win the Bass-N-Fools club tournament on the Big O out of Belle Glade. Tom Trapani and Brandon Rose were...
  • Crist, Puerto Rican governor appeal to Hispanic voters

    Crist, Puerto Rican governor appeal to Hispanic voters
    Angling to paint Gov. Rick Scott's agenda as anti-Hispanic, Charlie Crist on Friday brought together a roomful of supporters — including Puerto Rico Gov. Alejandro Garcia Padilla— to urge Central Florida's Latino voters to get out and vote...
  • A fish story with a happy ending

    A fish story with a happy ending
    The best thing to do if you catch a tagged fish is to let the fish go. But if the fish isn't going to survive, then do what a Cuban fisherman did and return the tag. To Dr. Mahmood Shivji, the director of Nova Southeastern University's Guy Harvey...
  • Go trolling for kingfish and catch a big wahoo

    Capt. Tom Oberrender of Killin' Time Charters was trolling for kingfish Tuesday morning out of Hillsboro Inlet Marina and also hoping to catch a wahoo. The trip aboard his boat Texas Wireline accomplished those goals, as his anglers caught kings, a cero...
  • Restaurant review: mfk

    Restaurant review: mfk
    Winter's gloom isn't upon us yet, but its imminent arrival is palpable, visible in the lengthening afternoon shadows and in the depressing Old Farmer's Almanac forecasts being shared on Facebook. When the polar vortex, or whatever we'll be calling it...
  • War and peace and friendship at FLIFF

    War and peace and friendship at FLIFF
    The magic of the documentary film "Rudy + Neal Go Fishing" happens in the Holey Land, a Palm Beach County corner of the Everglades, its vast silence and transcendent beauty an embracing retreat, where one man can help a stranger quiet the savagery of...
  • Water district considers using storm money for pay increases

    Water district considers using storm money for pay increases
    Taxpayer money intended for hurricane recovery could possibly be used to boost pay at the South Florida Water Management District, according to a district proposal. While that could clash with rules for how to use money from the Federal Emergency...
  • It's up to the Supreme Court to decide: Is a fish a 'tangible object'?

    Justices of the Supreme Court expressed justifiable skepticism this week about the use of a law aimed at financial crimes to prosecute a fisherman who destroyed evidence of an illegal catch. By reversing the conviction of John Yates, the court can put...
  • Deal: Free nights, half-off deals during Preferred Hotels sale

    Deal: Free nights, half-off deals during Preferred Hotels sale
    Well ahead of Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, Preferred Hotel Group is starting a winter sale on rooms at 110 hotels worldwide that offers a third night free or takes up to half off the room rate.  The deal: I like this sale because it works for...
  • Indiana: Re-creation program puts participants in runaway slaves' shoes

    Indiana: Re-creation program puts participants in runaway slaves' shoes
    Slavery lives in the woods of central Indiana. Illegal auctions will take place in November under the cover of night where greedy slave owners come to cash in on their possessions -- namely you. A historical re-creation program called Follow the North...