RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Pat Tillman

A collection of news and information related to Pat Tillman published by this site and its partners.

Top Pat Tillman Articles see all

Displaying items 1-5
  • Fishing Forecast: Spanish mackerel, bluefish reports on rise

    Fishing Forecast: Spanish mackerel, bluefish reports on rise
    Break out the teriyaki and soak your wood chips, it's time to smoke up some Spanish mackerel and bluefish. Reports of consistent catches of both, though heavier on the blue side, have made it across my email and text messages in the past few days.
  • Mokena race to honor fallen soldier Aaron Toppen

    Mokena race to honor fallen soldier Aaron Toppen
    The inaugural Our Fallen Hero 5K in September will honor the memory of Mokena soldier Aaron Toppen. The race will take place Sept. 27 at 8 a.m. in Willowview Park in Mokena, race director Bridget Shafer said. Funds raised will go to the Pat Tillman...

    Outdoors: Feathering nest with fish catchers

    Outdoors: Feathering nest with fish catchers
    I'm no Luddite but in this age of nanosecond gratification I still get a kick out of receiving packages via snail mail, especially when they contain something that helps me catch fish. This go-around it was a handful of the prettiest hand-tied feather...

    Fishing Forecast: Fishing, crabbing consistent opposites

    Fishing Forecast: Fishing, crabbing consistent opposites
    New and different this week -- at least to me -- are consistent catches of lump hardheads and arrival of the Spanish mackerel, the latter being those drag racers that once smoked are delicious. I'm picking up fatter white perch, the occasional keeper...

    Fishing Forecast: Word of mouth not always a reliable source

    Sometimes I'm not sure what to make of the things people tell me. Here's a case in point: One guy told me he caught four crabs in four hours, half of which were white bellies. Meanwhile, another guy -- a commercial crabber mind you -- reports netting...