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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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  • Outdoors: Spring bite starting to warm up

    Outdoors: Spring bite starting to warm up
    Not far from where I work there's a narrow span of water you can only cross over using a structure built of creosoted timber. Some might go as far as to call it a bridge. And in the shallow creek below on their spawning run swim yellow perch, not many but...
  • Volusia's Oak Hill is a crustacean capital

    Volusia's Oak Hill is a crustacean capital
    There's a reason why Oak Hill, a sleepy town of 1,800 is known as the Shrimping Capital of the East Coast. The shrimp are large, plentiful and fairly easy to catch. Shrimping is a popular sport from Ponce Inlet to New Smyrna Beach, with Oak Hill as...
  • NFL outlaws tactic used by Patriots in AFC playoff win over Ravens

    NFL outlaws tactic used by Patriots in AFC playoff win over Ravens
    Will it be known as the Ravens rule? An NFL competition committee proposal to “make it illegal for an offensive player with an eligible number to report as ineligible and line up outside the core of the formation” got the necessary 75...
  • Boynton Fishing Club aims to make sport affordable

    Boynton Beach Fishing Club President Ken Sorensen is always looking for reasons to fish. "We are just a bunch of fishing guys looking for excuses to talk about fishing and go fishing," Sorensen, who has been president of the club for eight years, said....
  • Poquoson man convicted after harvesting oysters in polluted water; commission suspends licenses

    Poquoson man convicted after harvesting oysters in polluted water; commission suspends licenses
    The Virginia Marine Resources Commission has suspended a Poquoson commercial fisherman's licenses after he was convicted of taking oysters from a condemned area, an official said.  Robert K. Topping Jr. was convicted Jan. 27 on one count of taking...
  • Enfield Loaves and Fishes soup kitchen kicks off spring challenge fundraiser

    For the past 18 years, the Enfield Loaves and Fishes soup kitchen has held its annual fundraising efforts during the months of March and April, in concert with the Alan Feinstein Foundation Challenge, which has provided $1 million to proportionally...
  • Correct Craft buys sport fishing boat makers

    Correct Craft buys sport fishing boat makers
    Correct Craft, owner of Nautique and Aktion Parks, announced Tuesday that it has entered a deal to buy bass fishing boat maker Bass Cat and Walleye fishing boat manufacturer Yar-Craft. Orlando boat maker Correct Craft expanding into the sport fishing...
  • Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s greatest fights No. 4: Jose Luis Castillo rematch

    Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s greatest fights No. 4: Jose Luis Castillo rematch
    Excuses in boxing often fall on deaf ears, usually deservedly so. With so much time to prepare, what happens in the ring is typically the result of that preparation, or lack thereof. So when Floyd Mayweather Jr. complained of a sore shoulder after...
  • Palm Beach Boat Show has it all

    Palm Beach Boat Show has it all
    The Palm Beach International Boat Show has it all: A beautiful location along the Intracoastal Waterway in West Palm Beach, more than 700 boats on display in the water and on land, plenty of marine accessories ranging from artwork and anchors to engines...
  • Concealed-carry? Not in my classroom

    Concealed-carry? Not in my classroom
    My student wants to bring his handgun to my Tuesday night English 1101 class. Not for show and tell, mind you. In fact, he has to keep it hidden in legal accordance with the concealed-carry permit issued to him by the state of Florida. We haven’...
  • Historic 1930s WPA bridge to be dismantled

    The crumbling 1930s-era bridge over the former Doaneville mill dam is set to be closed and dismantled later this year due to its deteriorated state. Town officials have determined that the bridge, which connects Carroll Row with Sheldon Road, is too...