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By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,SUN STAFF | January 14, 1999
For recreational fishermen, January is the worst month, the time of year when relatively few will fish, even on the warm, bluebird days. It is the month when cabin fever takes hold -- and the common cure often is found on a circuit of fishing shows and flea markets that stretch through winter into early spring."
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By CANDUS THOMSON | January 12, 2006
Good thing I didn't unpack the boxes. Seems that we'll be getting together over coffee on Sunday mornings again instead of Thursday. Change is nice, but there's something about the traditional Sunday get-together that's just so comfortable. Appearing on Sunday means we can get caught up on the opening days of deer and trout season, pick over the comings and goings in Annapolis and mark up the calendar for the coming week. Besides, it's good to occupy the same space in The Sun that Bill Burton and Lefty Kreh used to fill.
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By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,SUN STAFF | January 3, 1999
This month, while winter has many fishermen indoors waiting for the weather to warm, a series of excellent fishing and outdoors shows are on the calendar -- and each offers opportunities to inspect and buy the latest gear or catch up on techniques for freshwater and saltwater species.The schedule kicks off with the Bass Expo, Saltwater Fishing and Fly Fishing Show, Jan. 14-17 at the State Fairgrounds in Timonium.Expo organizer Bob Dobart continues to expand the area's most popular winter show on the saltwater and fly-fishing fronts.
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By CANDUS THOMSON | January 2, 2005
IN THE culinary and the piscatorial worlds, the name of the game is presentation. Good anglers and good chefs know that without an enticing display, there won't be much of a feeding frenzy. Enrico Puglisi knows a thing or two about both. As a chef, he perfected seafood dishes that filled restaurant tables in his native Sicily and later on New York's Long Island. These days, he's helping anglers attract fish with some of the best saltwater patterns around. Puglisi has become a fixture at the College Park Fly Fishing Show, where he gathers crowds with his tying demonstrations.
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January 24, 1993
SHOWSThrough March 14: Ward Foundation exhibit of Birds of the Chesapeake, paintings by John W. Taylor in Salisbury. Call the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, (410) 742-4988.Today: Last day of Mid-Atlantic Hunting and Fishing Show at Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium. Exhibitors from Mid-Atlantic states, the Southeast, New England, Midwest and eastern Canada. Seminars covering fresh and saltwater fishing, deer and turkey hunting, dog handling, etc. Live animal exhibits, fly casting and archery demonstrations.
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January 31, 1993
SHOWSThrough March 14: Ward Foundation exhibit of Birds of the Chesapeake, paintings by John W. Taylor in Salisbury. Call the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, (410) 742-4988.Today: Last day of International Auto Show at the Baltimore Convention Center. Show includes section of four-wheel drive vehicles and recreational vehicles. Show opens at noon. Admission is $6 for adults and $3 for children under 12.Today: Last day of Philadelphia Boat Show, Philadelphia Civic Center. Boats and accessories, water skiing clinics and fishing seminars.
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By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,SUN STAFF | January 5, 1997
The state has approved the Department of Natural Resources' request for a two-day extension of the firearms season for deer for Friday and Saturday in 18 of the state's 23 counties.DNR Secretary John R. Griffin said the extension was approved by the General Assembly's Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review Committee to help manage deer herds in counties in which the regular two-week firearms season harvests did not meet objectives.Garrett, Allegany, Washington, Frederick and Carroll counties will be closed during the two-day hunt, and in open counties, only antlerless white-tailed or sika deer can be killed.
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By PETER BAKER | January 17, 1993
The weather is dreary, duck season has ended, Canada goose season ends Wednesday and it probably will be four or five or more weeks before the yellow perch begin to run in the tidal creeks.Over the next two weekends, however, there are two opportunities to lighten the malaise of mid-winter -- the Mid-Atlantic Hunting and Fishing Show and the Fly Fishing Show.The Mid-Atlantic Hunting and Fishing Show slipped into town for the first time last winter and drew close to capacity crowds at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium.
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By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,SUN STAFF | January 15, 1998
Professional bass fishing is big business, from tournaments to fishing shows, and David Fritts, of Lexington, N.C., has been one of the sport's brightest stars for a number of years.Last season, Fritts won $500,000 on the Bassmaster and FLW pro circuits, including three tournaments worth $100,000 each."It was a really good year, but it wasn't easy " said Fritts, who will be at the Bass Expo at the State Fairgrounds in Timonium tonight. "There ain't any of it that's easy. Fishing is the only fun part of it, really."
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By CANDUS THOMSON | January 2, 2005
IN THE culinary and the piscatorial worlds, the name of the game is presentation. Good anglers and good chefs know that without an enticing display, there won't be much of a feeding frenzy. Enrico Puglisi knows a thing or two about both. As a chef, he perfected seafood dishes that filled restaurant tables in his native Sicily and later on New York's Long Island. These days, he's helping anglers attract fish with some of the best saltwater patterns around. Puglisi has become a fixture at the College Park Fly Fishing Show, where he gathers crowds with his tying demonstrations.
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By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,SUN STAFF | January 14, 1999
For recreational fishermen, January is the worst month, the time of year when relatively few will fish, even on the warm, bluebird days. It is the month when cabin fever takes hold -- and the common cure often is found on a circuit of fishing shows and flea markets that stretch through winter into early spring."
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By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,SUN STAFF | January 3, 1999
This month, while winter has many fishermen indoors waiting for the weather to warm, a series of excellent fishing and outdoors shows are on the calendar -- and each offers opportunities to inspect and buy the latest gear or catch up on techniques for freshwater and saltwater species.The schedule kicks off with the Bass Expo, Saltwater Fishing and Fly Fishing Show, Jan. 14-17 at the State Fairgrounds in Timonium.Expo organizer Bob Dobart continues to expand the area's most popular winter show on the saltwater and fly-fishing fronts.
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By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,SUN STAFF | January 15, 1998
Professional bass fishing is big business, from tournaments to fishing shows, and David Fritts, of Lexington, N.C., has been one of the sport's brightest stars for a number of years.Last season, Fritts won $500,000 on the Bassmaster and FLW pro circuits, including three tournaments worth $100,000 each."It was a really good year, but it wasn't easy " said Fritts, who will be at the Bass Expo at the State Fairgrounds in Timonium tonight. "There ain't any of it that's easy. Fishing is the only fun part of it, really."
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By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,SUN STAFF | January 5, 1997
The state has approved the Department of Natural Resources' request for a two-day extension of the firearms season for deer for Friday and Saturday in 18 of the state's 23 counties.DNR Secretary John R. Griffin said the extension was approved by the General Assembly's Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review Committee to help manage deer herds in counties in which the regular two-week firearms season harvests did not meet objectives.Garrett, Allegany, Washington, Frederick and Carroll counties will be closed during the two-day hunt, and in open counties, only antlerless white-tailed or sika deer can be killed.
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March 21, 1993
SHOWSToday: Anglers' Sport and Fishing Expo at the Miles River Yacht Club near St. Michael's. Fishing tackle, charter and guide services and accessories and new and used boats will be on sale.Today: National Capitol Fly Fishing Show at Reckord Armory, University of Maryland, College Park. Vendors, rod building, tackle appraisal, free seminars including speakers Harry Murray, K. Best, George Harvey and Greg Hoover, Dave Hughes and Ed Jaworowski. Admission is $10 and $2 for children under 12. For more information, call 1-800-848 -1020.
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January 24, 1993
SHOWSThrough March 14: Ward Foundation exhibit of Birds of the Chesapeake, paintings by John W. Taylor in Salisbury. Call the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, (410) 742-4988.Today: Last day of Mid-Atlantic Hunting and Fishing Show at Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium. Exhibitors from Mid-Atlantic states, the Southeast, New England, Midwest and eastern Canada. Seminars covering fresh and saltwater fishing, deer and turkey hunting, dog handling, etc. Live animal exhibits, fly casting and archery demonstrations.
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