NY Times; Fishing
News about fishing for sport. Commentary and archival information about sport fishing from The New York Times.
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Capitol Fishing Tackle Company, in Manhattan’s garment district, has been selling rods and reels for 120 years.
One of New York’s last isolated frontiers, sleepy Sullivan County has finally found its place in the sun.
They are the fastest growing demographic in fly fishing but have to find proper gear, navigate social media and plan self-defense in the outdoors.
Amateurs pack the shores of the Kenai River, perhaps the most colorful, and contentious, fishing spot in America.
A First Nations band in Quebec wants to take back control of a stretch of river that has been in wealthy American hands for over a century.
It was the last time anyone saw what’s left of Capt. Bill Curtis, who changed saltwater fly-fishing and inspired characters in books.
An angling Grand Slam entails catching the coveted bonefish, permit and tarpon in the same fishery on the same day or trip. This is one attempt.
The body that manages the fishing stock should adopt a more ecologically sensitive approach to a key part of the food chain.