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Great day fishing with the family. Now you pull in to a quiet cove to spend the night. Time to throw out the anchor. This gives you pause, though, because the last time you anchored, the boat dragged … more
If you are interested in fly fishing and want to learn how to tie your own flys or improve you skills in this area, The United Fly Tyers of Rhode Island may be the club for you. Meetings are more … more
A public hearing on recreational fin fish regulations for 2016 will be held by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) on Tuesday, February 9, 6:00 p.m. at the URI Bay Campus, … more
The Department of Environmental Management’s (DEM) is ready for Opening Day this Saturday, April 9. DEM has stocked over a hundred local ponds, lakes and waterways with 80,000 trout. Bait and … more
Have you ever gone by that mysterious island north of the Newport-Pell Bridge, with strange buildings at the north end? On the chart is says Gould Island. What was it used for? It has quite a … more
You love cruising on the bay, but what lies in the murky depths? Clams casino, chowder, stuffies, clam cakes – well, the main ingredient at least. Without a thought you are passing over gourmet … more
Summer flounder (fluke) fishing has been pretty good this year. Mike Wade of Watch Hill Outfitters, Westerly said, “Fluke fishing along the southern coastal shore has been outstanding so far this … more
Great boat, plenty of good food for lunch, family aboard. You’re underway for a distant anchorage when there is a strange noise. The captain goes on the bow to investigate and a wave causes the … more
The R.I. Lions Sight Foundation (RILSF) will be hosting its 9th Annual Fishing Tournament for Visually Impaired Persons (VIPs) on June 26 aboard the Frances Fleet party boat in Galilee, R.I. The half-day tournament is free to the VIPs and their guides more
Time and tide wait for no man. True, but what does tide have to do with boating in Narragansett Bay? It certainly affects your height above the bottom. There are areas you can safely pass over at … more
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