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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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  • Northeastern Expressway construction brings muddy mess for some

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, March 7, 1963: Construction of the new Northeastern Expressway 50 years ago caused the relocation of Route 24, which resulted in some residents of Emmorton Road having the road in front of their homes...
  • Warm air deflates likely last chance for winter weather

    Warm air deflates likely last chance for winter weather
    It was supposed to be both winter's last blast and Baltimore's first significant snowfall in two years, but stubbornly warm air took the "snow" out of Wednesday's snow day for many Marylanders. While weather forecasts had the region preparing for the...
  • Lions Club taking pictures for charity [Perryville]

    The Perryville Lions Club will be taking pictures of children, adults or pets on March 23 and 30 at the Perryville Outlet, Store 39, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Donation of $5 each. All you can eat breakfast is served at Harmony Lodge on Jacob Tome Highway...
  • Coast Guard suspends search for two lost fishermen off Assateague

    Coast Guard suspends search for two lost fishermen off Assateague
    The Coast Guard suspended its search Thursday for two men missing in waters about 15 miles off the coast of Assateague Island after their fishing boat sank a day earlier. The broken-down fishing vessel was battling 20-foot waves and 50 mph wind gusts...
  • Colts' Ordell Braase attends church's father/son dinner in 1963 [Pages of the Past]

    An article in the March 11, 1938 edition of The Catonsville Herald and Baltimore Countian reported on the possible end of the battle between two fire companies for control. The long-debated question as to which of two volunteer fire companies at...
  • McCall invokes Rouse in design for Symphony Woods Park

    McCall invokes Rouse in design for Symphony Woods Park
    Michael McCall's first impression of Jim Rouse dates back to the 1981, when, on a trip to Baltimore as a young developer, he picked up a copy of Time magazine with the iconic Columbia founder on the cover. A year later, after many phone calls and even...
  • Pie, breakfast, bingo and chili for charity [Perryville]

    A soup and pie sale will be held at Hopewell United Methodist Church on Saturday, March 2, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Please note that the Perryville United Methodist Church has canceled its chicken pot pie sale until further notice. An all you can eat...
  • Sandy causes flooding in Harford, but not as bad as September 2011

    Sandy causes flooding in Harford, but not as bad as September 2011
    When Storm Sandy slammed into the Atlantic Coast Monday night, it dumped upward of six inches of rain on Harford County, flooding streams, creeks and ditches and raising the possibility that the Susquehanna River could swell in the coming days as the...
  • Q&A with St. Paul's football player Alec Auwaerter

    Q&A with St. Paul's football player Alec Auwaerter
    At 6 feet 6, 275 pounds, Alec Auwaerter plays a key role on the offensive line for a No. 9 St. Paul's football team with a stellar running game powering its 8-0 season and a shot at the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference title....
  • Md. mops up, but Garrett Co. is still in midst of the storm

    Md. mops up, but Garrett Co. is still in midst of the storm
    The Baltimore area is getting back to normal after Sandy — government offices are open, trains are running again and the lights are on at 95 percent of the homes and businesses that lost power. But Sandy's dangers linger. A man clearing storm-...
  • Groups disagree on menhaden commercial catch limits

    Groups disagree on menhaden commercial catch limits
    Fishermen and conservationists sparred Thursday over how much to cut back the commercial catch of Atlantic menhaden along the East Coast to rebuild an ecologically and economically important fish population. Members of conservation and recreational...
  • Master storyteller and longtime Aegis outdoors columnist Hayward Putnam dies

    Hayward Lee Putnam loved to fish and hunt and, for more than four decades, he shared the joy of those passions with thousands of his fellow Harford County residents and many others. Mr. Putnam, who wrote the column "Outdoors in Harford County" for The...