fishermen Articles - Page 2
September 22, 2012
With all of the tasty fish Carolina anglers start catching as the autumn winds blow, bluefish often get overlooked. Blues run in the fall just like many different species and are beloved by anglers for their aggressiveness and fighting ability...
September 5, 2012
For a “sleepy” little village on the edge of the Continent, Astoria is coming to life this weekend. There’s not much sleepy about Astoria except some of our residents after action-filled weekends like the...
September 4, 2011
This day we celebrate the American worker,
the farmer, toiling in the fields all day.
Turning and tilling the soil, sculpting life,
from the ground into our bellies, us.The fisherman who battles the mighty ocean,
April 12, 2011
The new politics of NOAA, via Dr. Jane Lubchenco, who heads up NOAA has somehow gone astray. Also, The Gulf Coast Council, Scientific arm of NOAA, has evidently in many cases, uses inexact ‘science’ to determine the...
March 6, 2011
I am now in Casares, Nicaragua. A small fishing village that used to be the hot spot for people from Managua to come for the weekends to get away from the city.The spot to do...
February 23, 2011
Last year I attended the FisherPoets Gathering in Astoria, Oregon. What, fishermen and women reciting poetry? Yup, that's what it's all about, and this year's edition is Feb. 25-27, 2011. It's...
June 22, 2010
The annual Provincetown Portuguese Festival & Blessing of the Fleet this weekend (June 24-27) is chock full of free entertainment and pageantry for Cape Cod residents and visitors, including a full program of free activities for children. This is...