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“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
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
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
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
The last couple of weeks I have been deep into our high school sports coverage. I love this time of year, especially the football season. However, there are times when you need a break in the schedule and routine to shake things up. Between my high more
Last week I had the pleasure of covering the Cranston West football game at the new field on campus. I had covered a game or two there last spring but this was my first time catching a Friday night game in the fall. I must say, and I am not being more
By CAPT. DAVE MONTI A study published Aug. 31, 2021 in the journal Oceanography titled “Ocean Regime Shift is Driving Collapse of the North Atlantic Right Whale Population” relates … 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
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
The high school fall sports season is underway this week as teams began tryouts on Monday and will begin practicing as the days go on. I said back in the spring that I felt like this would be the first season that felt like we were truly back to normal, more
I know that I am probably going to receive a ton of flack for this column, but I can't hold back any further. I am so glad that the Olympics are over. Do I hate the Olympics? No, as a sports nut, there is always something that intrigues me enough to pay more
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