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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest...All stocks appear to have exceeded expectations except the Bonneville Upriver Brights which came in as predicted...Outlook Bright stocks should be strong above average and similar to
A Juneau soup kitchen and shelter has received nine tons of individually wrapped, frozen salmon steaks. The donation, which has an estimated retail value of more than $100,000, was made by Seattle-based nonprofit SeaShare. SeaShare works with the
Tavua have earned about $13,000 this year from their two harvests of freshwater fish. And the villagers of Nadelei are looking at increasing their freshwater fish (tilapia) harvests after earning $13,675 this year. The villagers, through the
Marine hooks, reels in a great white shark off California coast Jeff Fangman was 'exhausted' after battling the nine-foot-long female great white shark for 25 minutes off the coast of Camp Pendleton north of San Diego...Thursday, December 12, 2013,
Has San Diego's sizzling love affair with all things bacon finally fizzled? You'd think so judging by the recent wave of new or renewed seafood spots around the county...Traditional restaurants are hiring ambitious, out-of-the-box chefs...And several
Former Springbok prop Etienne Fynn has been appointed as the new head of the Sharks Academy, reports Sharks website editor Michael Marnewick . I'm extremely excited, it's a new challenge that I'm really looking forward to, said Fynn. It feels like I'
Mass. (AP) Provincetown's police chief has been fired after allegedly urging members of the department to support a particular candidate for the select board and for taking down the names of customers at a bar after a song with anti-police lyrics was
Columbia run predictions are notoriously iffy, but if it comes to pass, some 227,000 springers will make their way up the Columbia and Snake this spring. That would be above the 10-year average and about 100,000 kings more than were counted in 2012.
On Location Cahors, France An Archaeological Rehab Andrea Wyner for The New York Times Richard and Carole Salmon, who renovated a house in Cahors, France, built a swimming pool to help them survive the merciless heat in the summer. Published:
THE mother of a young surfer mauled to death by a great white shark says there needs to be a legal challenge to the West Australian government's controversial new "bait and kill" policy. Kyle Burden was just 21 when he was attacked and killed while