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If you made a list of things that need to be tweaked, chances are the Hernando Desoto Fishing Tournament would be ranked near the bottom. Now in its 18th year, the tournament is an area institution and a highlight of the season for most local anglers.
This weekend's 18th annual Hernando Desoto Fishing Tournament will have many of the area's best anglers in search of six big fish for big prizes. Teams will not only be competing with each other, but with summer conditions that can make fishing tough.
Hartline sailing along with skipper Terry Claus and crew mates Drew Fernandez, Alan Morrison, Terry Warnock, Kevin McCullough, Clint Highley, Zak Pearlman and Anthony Gage aboard Qualifier caught the top dolphin (23.5 pounds) of the tournament as
Fishing Miami Dolphins' Foundation Fins Weekend Fishing Tournament sets sail Saturday Special to the Miami Herald Former Dolphin linebacker Lee Robinson's 47.9-pound kingfish caught with skipper Terry Claus on Team Qualifier was the heaviest catch in
The Hoffman Estates Chamber of Commerce will host its 19th annual Community Fishing Derby from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 7, at South Ridge Lake, 1450 Freeman Road in Hoffman Estates. On-site registration costs $5 and children as young as 2
Dolphins Miami Dolphins' Ryan Tannehill looks to lead on field and in fishing tournament Leadership comes from production...Ryan Tannehill the de facto leader of the Dolphins offense plans to do some winning this weekend. Tannehill is competing in
This event is always scheduled on a "free fishing day" declared by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, a day when state fishing licenses are not required. Before the derby, Bevier is stocked with several hundred pounds of catfish. Great
Schneider is hosting his annual fishing derby from 9 a.m.-noon June 8 at Busse Woods Grove 25, in Elk Grove Village. Open to both adults and children the event is free, but bring your own fishing gear...Schneider is partnering with Friends of Busse
Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest...Registration begins at 6:00 a.m. and is $10 per person or $20 for family of four. A hot breakfast is included for all registered Derby attendees. This fee does not include access to
Fair to poor, was Mark Spada's reply when asked how he would rate fishing during the popular event held this past weekend. The fish just weren't on the bite but then that's kokanee fishing. Spada, a derby organizer and a member of the sponsoring