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Cod fish are bottom fish that are basically lazy. They are not aggressively hunting, they pretty much stay on the bottom, often near structure (underwater wrecks, rock piles, holes, humps and … 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
The Bishop Hendricken football team won its fourth consecutive state championship on Sunday afternoon by topping rival La Salle 49-40 at Cranston Stadium. It was a shootout from start to finish and became the highest-scoring state championship in Rhode more
Chub mackerel have appeared in local waters with some bonito mixed in. Gear and tackle used to target chub mackerel, bonito and false albacore is similar. So starting now I am ready to cast to … more
Paul Newman of New Milford, New Jersey took the Rhode Island State Record for tautog last week with a 33-inch, 21.57-pound tautog caught when fishing on a charter with Capt. Connor MacLeod of … more
Last week the Rhode Island community - especially the sports community - lost a legendary figure in Meg McGonagle, who passed away from complications stemming from COVID-19. She was just 41 years of age. McGonagle was a big-time athlete at Pilgrim, where more
By CAPT. DAVE MONTI Fishing gear is expensive and through COVID there was a shortage so taking care of your gear is more important than ever before. And, if you are going to invest in new gear what should you look for? Learn how to maintain your rods and more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) will start stocking local waters on December 17 with rainbow trout and Sebago Atlantic salmon. Ponds being stocked include Barber Pond, South Kingstown; Silver Spring Lake, North Kingstown; 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
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