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As many of you all know, the local high school football schedule has been a bit of the mess thanks to the ongoing pandemic. Earlier this week, the Providence Journal first reported that the Rhode Island Interscholastic League has been having meetings more
“This is the largest tautog I have ever caught,” said Jeremy Webster of Pawtucket as he lifted his rod high to prevent the fish from going back down into structure. Jeremy’s … more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) stocked trout in Rhode Island freshwaters this week.  Ponds stocked with rainbow and brook trout make for a great fishery for … more
Sunday marked one of the biggest days in the history of New England sports as Tom Brady made his long-awaited return to Foxboro to take on Bill Belichick and the Patriots. For those of you living under a rock this past week, the visiting Buccaneers would more
I recently swung by the CLCF Chiefs youth football teams for photos at Cranston Stadium. When looking back on the games that I covered, it made me take a second to consider the debate that has been going on for decades regarding the safety of playing more
NOAA Fisheries' Maine Recreational Information Program (MRIP) now has a website that answers angler questions about producing recreational fishing catch and effort estimates which are used in part to develop recreational fishing harvest limits. An more
By CAPT. DAVE MONTI Stephen J. Medeiros of West Warwick, founder, president and executive director of the Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Associaton (RISAA), passed away suddenly on Monday, Sept. 13, 2021. In an announcement about his passing RISAA said, more
By CAPT. DAVE MONTI The coastwide regulation for bluefish is three fish/person/day (this is for skipjacks too, which are immature bluefish). The three fish limit was imposed as the most recent … more
Last Friday was the start of the high school football season. Teams played in their Injury Fund exhibitions, so although the results did not count toward the standings, it was the first time that teams were able to compete against other squads in live more
By CAPT. DAVE MONTI "I will always be prepared for anything that may come my way now and I can thank Troop 2, Bristol, Rhode Island," said Nathan Simas, who worked on a fishing line receptacle project as part of his Eagle Scott journey. Nathan built and more
It's my favorite time of year: football season. It is great to be back, especially during the fall. I know, it's still summer for a few more weeks, but the trees are starting to turn ever so slightly, the days are getting a wee bit shorter, and football more
Henri has just left our back yard. Fishing right after storms is both good and bad depending on species targeted and where you are fishing. The water is usually turbid and contains a lot of … more
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