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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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  • Trees, books on sale at Darlington library

    The Darlington library will host a book and tree sale on Saturday, May 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. It's time for trees! Allegheny Chinkapins, Douglas fir and serviceberry saplings will be available for a suggested $2 donation. These top quality bare root...
  • Crabbing moratorium isn't the answer [Letter]

    Crabbing moratorium isn't the answer [Letter]
    In response to Dan Rodricks' article, "Stop tinkering: Ban crabbing for a year" (May 4) I must say that his solution to the Chesapeake Bay's crab shortage, placing a moratorium on crab harvesting, is too simple and elementary for this complex and multi-...
  • Sondra Harrison McGee, co-owned Pier Five restaurant

    Sondra Harrison McGee, co-owned Pier Five restaurant
    Sondra Harrison McGee, who co-owned and managed her family's Pier Five seafood restaurant on Pratt Street, died of a heart attack March 17 at her Marco Island, Fla., home. She was 71 and had lived in the Hampton section of Towson. Born on Tilghman...
  • Five charged with illegal fishing in Charles County

    Five charged with illegal fishing in Charles County
    Five anglers were charged with illegally catching rockfish and other protected fish in a spawning area in Charles County this week, according to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Department of Natural Resources police observed on...
  • Bamboo rods cast a spell for fly fishermen looking to reconnect with natural world

    Bamboo rods cast a spell for fly fishermen looking to reconnect with natural world
    Midway through winter, a chilly fog surrounded Theaux Le Gardeur's shop. Hardly anyone would be out on the Gunpowder River that day, he said. But he didn't need the river or sunlight. He stood behind his fly-fishing store clutching three rods: graphite,...
  • Le Gardeur and Gunpowder Riverkeeper aim to preserve 'vital local treasure'

    Le Gardeur and Gunpowder Riverkeeper aim to preserve 'vital local treasure'
    Within a four-hour radius of the Gunpowder River area live 16 million people, said Theaux Le Gardeur, owner of Backwater Angler in Monkton. A 1977 series in The Evening Sun called the Gunpowder "The River You Drink." "This is such a vital local...
  • Jon Jones excited to fight in Baltimore, where he expects to have a 'hometown advantage'

    Jon Jones excited to fight in Baltimore, where he expects to have a 'hometown advantage'
    For someone who's considered the best mixed martial arts fighter in the world, Jon Jones sure gets treated like a punching bag outside the Octagon. He's been called out by some of the sport's biggest names. His merits are questioned constantly by...
  • 'The Walking Dead' recap, 'Live Bait'

    'The Walking Dead' recap, 'Live Bait'
    Well, if you were one of those "The Walking Dead" fans who was wondering what was going on with the Governor, then Sunday night's episode — "Live Bait" — was just what you were waiting for! This was one of those episodes that really...
  • Two angling for Democratic nomination meet in debate

    Two angling for Democratic nomination meet in debate
    Democratic gubernatorial candidate Heather R. Mizeur called for tightening of Maryland's laws on long guns Thursday night in the wake of the shotgun attack that took three lives at The Mall in Columbia Saturday. Her proposal came as the Montgomery...
  • Immigration program aimed at criminals deports many with no record

    Immigration program aimed at criminals deports many with no record
    Maria Carmen's 6-year-old daughter last spent a morning at home with her father on a Wednesday in October before he went to work. On the way to his construction job, he was pulled over for speeding on Eastern Avenue — a routine traffic stop that...
  • DNR secretary's confirmation back on track

    DNR secretary's confirmation back on track
    Acting Natural Resource Secretary Joseph P. Gill's confirmation as the department's permanent chief appears back on track. A Senate committee Monday approved Gill's nomination after he apologized for remarks that angered watermen and vowed to work on...
  • Baltimore students compete in a financial Olympics

    Baltimore students compete in a financial Olympics
    It's an Olympics of sorts for financial analysts in training, and five business students from the University of Baltimore will compete. They are traveling to Denver for the regional round of a global challenge to create the best equity research report...