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1 hr ago | Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows Times
As promised last week; some wisdom gleaned from 57 years of sport fishing. Find your own place in the sport and make it your own.
2 hrs ago | The Item
For many of us, fishing conjures up childhood memories of bright mornings spent with our fathers catching sunnies out of a neighborhood pond.
7 hrs ago | The News Journal
Bob Jones' fishing report Aug. 27 Bob Jones' fishing report Aug. 27 Check out this story on delawareonline.com: http://delonline.us/1tLa2mQ A fleet of 127 boats competed in last week's Mid Atlantic 500 tournament for a purse totaling a tournament-record $2.4 million.
11 hrs ago | Denver Post
A year after opening, Cabela's in Lone Tree has exceeded expectations of the company and the city in terms of sales as it has become a regional destination.
15 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Catching fish is not the only thing that makes anglers happy. A growing number of enthusiastic anglers are discovering the joys and benefits of building their own fishing rod.
16 hrs ago | South Whidbey Record
A bunch of people on Whidbey Island are hoping they can soon put the adage "Teach a man to fish" and apply it to a few dozen children.
18 hrs ago | ArcaMax Publishing
The 108 kayaks that took off by the Pompano Fishing Pier came back with loads of kingfish, a big wahoo and an even bigger cobia.
Summer is nearing its close once again. Next weekend, Labor Day will signal the end of three months of sunny languor and recreation with barbecues, final visits to share houses on the East End , and last trips, until next season, on the Jitney.
It was a good day in, and near, Raritan Bay for those seeking both fluke and striped bass.
It's the age-old question that may have no exact answer-how many fly rods do you bring on the boat? Some anglers are dedicated fly fishermen and only bring fly gear aboard.
Are you dreaming of being surrounded by orange, yellow and red hues, endless landscapes and water as smooth as glass? This means you are ready to plan your fall paddling trip! Fall is a great time to get out in Ontario Parks; fall colours are amazing, blackfly season has subsided and the water is high this year.
The Klamath River has been in the news more for complicated and controversial water allocation politics rather than fishing reports recently, but the sport harvest of fall chinook has begun and anglers are quickly working towards this year's comparatively small quota.
Ann Moore of Palma Sola in Bradenton shows off her first-ever gag grouper, caught Aug. 16 while fishing with Capt.
White mist swirled over the emerald green waters of Leesville Lake as we raced towards the frothing commotion of churning gamefish and frantically skipping shad.
Fishing with a guide is one of the best ways to learn new waters and tactics and to reach fish you wouldn't have been able to find on your own.
The Terrace RCMP responded to approximately 111 calls for service from Aug. 22, 8 a.m. until Aug. 25, 8 a.m. During the same time period 27 people were lodged in Terrace Cells.
Jeff Thomason of Weatherford, Texas is smiling ear to ear as he crushed the current record holder for arrowing a mako shark off the coast of California last week.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 11:27 pm
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