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  Spring practices begin this week, so we are wrapping up the brief respite between seasons. Obviously I am referring to the end of winter and start of spring. One thing that I enjoy about … more
By CAPT. DAVE MONTI Climate change is impacting our coastal shoreline, habitat and the fish we love to catch, eat and/or release. If you are interested in what is changing, and how to employ … more
One of my favorite parts about covering high school sports is the unpredictability. Sports in general are pretty unpredictable, but at the high school level, it’s about as volatile as it … more
Leaning how to cast a spinning rod and reel takes practice. The more you do it, the better you get. But knowing the basics can go a long way. Capt. Ken Cooper, a fellow fishing writer and an … more
By CAPT. DAVE MONTI The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) met at the end of January to take a final look at Draft Amendment 7 to the Striped Bass Management Plan  before … more
Every so often I will take on a handful of quick-hit items in my column rather than one encapsulating thought. It's a busy time of year and a lot has happened in the past week or two, so I figure this would be a good week to unpack a few things. Here are more
By CAPT. DAVE MONTI The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) continues to help us make sense about climate impacts in a big way. On Dec. 12, 2021 they released a study that helps … more
Tom Brady announced his retirement on Tuesday morning after various reports circulated over the weekend of his decision. This wraps up one of the greatest careers in the history of North American sports, and easily the greatest career on the gridiron. more
On Jan. 12, 2022, NOAA and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management signed an interagency memorandum to advance wind energy while protecting biodiversity and promoting cooperative ocean use. The new agreement underscores the agencies' more
I figured this week would be a good one to give some midseason thoughts on our high school teams considering we are right around the midway point of the regular season. It's crazy to think that we are already to this point. Between the holiday break and more
By CAPT. DAVE MONTI Let the New England Saltwater Fishing Show, being held March 11-13 at the Rhode Island Convention Center, help you gear-up for the fishing season. The Show is back as the … more
The Rhode Island hockey community recently lost perhaps its most notable member, as former Mount St. Charles coach Bill Belisle passed away at the age of 92 last week. Belisle coached the Mounties for four decades and guided them to an astonishing 32 more
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