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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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  • Anglers will fish for big money at this week's White Marlin Open

    Anglers will fish for big money at this week's White Marlin Open
    Webb St. Clair vividly recalls the day 15 years ago when he spent an hour and 45 minutes wrestling an 840-pound beast onto his boat. In the waning hours of the last day of the White Marlin Open, based out of Ocean City, St. Clair and his team were...
  • Outdoors and recreation calendar

    Kids' fishing derby Saturday, Aug. 10: The MSSA Maryland Saltwater Sportfishing Association will hold a fishing derby for children from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Sandy Point State Park. For more information, go to mssa.net/youthanglerclub or call the MSSA...
  • Wild turkeys in Harford the result of a sustained restoration effort [Editorial]

    Wild turkeys in Harford the result of a sustained restoration effort [Editorial]
    In recent years, wild turkeys have become relatively common in Maryland, seen fairly regularly in wild areas and parks, and even turning up from time to time in more suburban areas. The photograph published in Wednesday's edition of The Aegis showing...
  • Men's lacrosse coaches form panel to study 'disturbing trend' in attendance

    Men's lacrosse coaches form panel to study 'disturbing trend' in attendance
    Attendance at the NCAA men's lacrosse Championship Weekend has declined by almost half over the past six years, and the Intercollegiate Men's Lacrosse Coaches Association intends to do something about it. Calling the attendance nosedive a "disturbing...
  • Severna Park resident on the verge of winning almost $1 million for marlin in Ocean City

    Severna Park resident on the verge of winning almost $1 million for marlin in Ocean City
    Tommy Jones of Severna Park took the top spot at Ocean City's 40th Annual White Marlin Open Wednesday, catching an 83-pound white marlin that could be worth $980,000 in prize money. Today is the last day to fish in the tournament, one of the largest...
  • What about climate change?

    What about climate change?
    Last month, a Republican-aligned polling firm called on hunters and fishermen nationwide to get their views. Some of the results were unsurprising: Outdoorsmen regard themselves as politically conservative and register Republican over Democratic by a more...
  • 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...
  • On eve of new fee, Harford school system tackles stormwater issues

    The Harford County Board of Education recently approved spending more than $283,000 toward upgrading its stormwater management facilities after county officials spent the past year ramping up their inspections of all stormwater management infrastructure...
  • 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...
  • Robert P. Slaff, charter boat captain

    Robert P. Slaff, charter boat captain
    Robert P. Slaff, a former marine-supply vendor and journalist who wrote widely on Chesapeake Bay maritime and environmental matters, died March 8 of congestive heart failure at Crofton Care and Rehabilitation Center. The Epping Forest resident was 89....