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Just caught another bluefish? You think it tastes too fishy for a good meal? Wait! Don’t throw it back. There are many ways to remedy that. First of all, the fishy taste is in the dark meat. After … more
You guide your boat into a new harbor, drop the anchor and look around. After a leisurely lunch, you decide to dinghy in to explore. Great idea, but a little caution can prevent damage to an … more
It may still be blustery outside, but it is not too early to be planning a boat trip. Going online I found several marinas already sold out for certain dates – usually the ones around local … more
The Magnuson-Stevens Act (MSA), the nation’s landmark fisheries law, is now 40 years old. I attended a senate hearing last week in Washington, DC to review the MSA.   Members of the … more
Whether you feed the ducks or hunt them, waterfowl are an integral part of Narragansett Bay. A recent survey showed many thousands of ducks, swans, geese and other waterfowl on our waters, and many more Canada geese on land. Years back the geese more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is hosting a series of free fly-tying workshops for novice and experienced fly-tiers this month. Instruction on both fresh and saltwater fly tying will be included, and all equipment and more
Soon we will be saying goodbye for the summer to some winter bay residents - the harbor seals. The winter population in Narragansett Bay is almost 1,000 of these marine mammals, often seen on their … more
The West Bay Anglers, a fishing club located in Warwick, Rhode Island contributed $6,000 to Impossible Dream Saturday and $6,000 to its ‘Take a Kid Fishing’ Foundation. The Foundation … more
The Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Association (RISAA) is holding a pilot fishing camp at Rocky Point Park, Warwick, Tuesday, June 28 to Thursday, June 30 for children 7 to 14 years old. Steve Medeiros, RISAA president said, We are very excited about" more
This year, the minimum size for black sea bass in Rhode Island is 15 inches, last year it was 14 inches. The first sub period started Friday, June 24, and runs to August 31 with a three … more
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