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When salmon return from the ocean this fall for their age-old spawning drama, American River anglers may well get their first chance in three years to welcome them back. That hook-and-line connection between man and fish has been banned since 2007 to protect the fall-run chinook salmon amid an unprecedented population decline. While the causes [...]

News item No: 2012
Date:
20 Apr 2010
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The mocha waters of the San Jacinto River near the Interstate 10 bridge may not look inviting from a passing car, but folks have always fished this spot. Signs warn anglers not to eat the fish and crabs, which are contaminated with high levels of cancer-causing chemicals from decades-old paper mill sludge. Yet people still [...]

News item No: 2009
Date:
20 Apr 2010
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New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Pete Grannis today announced the finalization of changes to the state’s freshwater fishing regulations which will become effective on Oct. 1, 2010. “New York continues to provide some of the nation’s best freshwater fishing, and these regulation changes will continue to sustain our robust fisheries, helping [...]

News item No: 2006
Date:
19 Apr 2010
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DAVIDSON COUNTY — A day of fishing turned to tragedy for a father and son fishing on High Rock Lake. North Carolina Wildlife officers said the father and his teenage son, along with a 10-year-old boy, were fishing in the Tucker Town Reservoir near High Rock Dam when the teenager dropped his fishing pole into [...]

News item No: 2003
Date:
19 Apr 2010
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YAKIMA, Wash. — Two teenagers got a shock when they spotted a body in the Naches River where were fishing. The Yakima County Sheriff’s office says the teens called authorities after they spotted a pair of boots coming out from under a log jam around noon on Sunday. The first deputies to arrive at the [...]

News item No: 1997
Date:
19 Apr 2010
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TOM, Okla. (AP) – An Edmond man who was fishing with his 8-year-old son drowned after falling from a boat. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says 37-year-old Wayne Anthony Roberts and his son were fishing at a farm pond in McCurtain County on Saturday when he fell from the boat. Troopers say Roberts couldn’t swim and [...]

News item No: 1994
Date:
19 Apr 2010
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Who knew that bass fishermen take their sport so seriously? A Texas fisherman does now, because he’s headed to jail for 15 days for trying to rig a tournament. Robby Rose was given that sentence, plus five years probation, for trying to win a big-bass competition by stuffing a lead weight inside his catch. The [...]

News item No: 1990
Date:
16 Apr 2010
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Arlington, Va.-On Saturday, April 17, volunteers around the country will join together to clean local streams and rivers on Trout Unlimited’s (TU) National Stream Clean-up Day. TU chapters and volunteers are working together on the ground, cleaning trash from the rivers, planting trees and making other improvements to make their local waters cleaner and healthier [...]

News item No: 1985
Date:
16 Apr 2010
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KEY WEST, Fla. — Fishing on 80 boats, more than 600 anglers from around the U.S. and other countries are battling sailfish in Florida Keys waters during the eighth annual World Sailfish Championship, that began Wednesday morning and continues through Saturday. The tournament is characterized by three days of hard-fought fishing, a packed schedule of [...]

News item No: 1981
Date:
15 Apr 2010
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The Millburn Department of Recreation and Parks is scheduled to hold its 30th annual fishing derby on Saturday, May 1, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Taylor Park pond. The event is open to youngsters 15 and under. Registration is free for Millburn Township residents. Registration takes place on the day of the event [...]

News item No: 1978
Date:
15 Apr 2010
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