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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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  • Pentagon loses sight of $500 million in counterterrorism aid given to Yemen

    The Pentagon is unable to account for more than $500 million in U.S. military aid given to Yemen amid fears that the weaponry, aircraft and equipment is at risk of being seized by Iranian-backed rebels or al-Qaida, according to U.S. officials. With...
  • Now's the time to catch kingfish

    At long last, kingfish are biting in South Florida. "Spring is in the air," said Capt. Chris Lemieux, a Boynton Beach fishing guide who has been putting his customers on king mackerel for the past several weeks. Aside from a few flurries of activity,...
  • Outdoors: These cats are all about nabbing invasive species

    Outdoors: These cats are all about nabbing invasive species
    The third time apparently was the charm for Dale Coon of Mechanicsville, who landed a 31.16-pound blue catfish to beat a field of 60 anglers in the CCAMD Central Region Chapter's "Invasive Blue Catfish Tournament." When he first said it, I thought he...
  • OC Shark Tournament won't take place this summer

    OC Shark Tournament won't take place this summer
    After 34 years, organizers of the annual Ocean City Shark Tournament have announced the event will not return this year and that the directors of the contest are retiring. A post on the tournament's website over the weekend said the 2014 event was the...
  • 2 police officers rescue fisherman after his boat sinks

    Two police officers swam through frigid waters to rescue a fisherman whose boat sank in the middle of a lake during two children's fishing tournaments. Spring Lake police tell the Asbury Park Press (http://on.app.com/1DzlJW6) that no injuries were...
  • Officers rescue fisherman at Jersey shore

    Two police officers swam through frigid waters to rescue a fisherman whose boat sank in the middle of a lake during two children's fishing tournaments. Spring Lake police told the Asbury Park Press no injuries were reported in the incident, which...
  • Feds likely to shut down sardine fishing on West Coast

    West Coast fisheries managers will likely shut down sardine fishing this year as numbers decline, echoing a previous collapse that decimated a thriving industry and increasing worries that other species might be withheld from the commercial market....
  • Philippines making waves over China's moves in disputed waters

    Philippines making waves over China's moves in disputed waters
    China's moves to explore for oil and undertake land reclamation projects on contested islets in the South China Sea have upset a number of its neighbors, including Vietnam. But none has taken a tougher stance against Beijing's moves than the Philippines....
  • Spring trout fishing season opens Saturday in Illinois

    The spring trout fishing season is opening at streams, lakes and ponds across Illinois. The Illinois Department of Natural Resources says three new fishing areas are open for rainbow trout fishing beginning Saturday. That brings the total number of sites...
  • AP investigation prompts emergency rescue of 300 plus slaves

    At first the men filtered in by twos and threes, hearing whispers of a possible rescue. Then, as the news rippled around the island, hundreds of weathered former and current slaves with long, greasy hair and tattoos streamed from their trawlers, down the...
  • Indonesian government frees Burmese men made to work as slaves after AP investigation

    Indonesian government frees Burmese men made to work as slaves after AP investigation
    At first the men filtered in by twos and threes, hearing whispers of a possible rescue. Then, as the news rippled around the island, hundreds of weathered former and current slaves with long, greasy hair and tattoos streamed from their trawlers, down...