Fishing and outdoors
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The National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Southeast Fisheries Science Center in Miami, Florida has been tagging fish for years with the help of fishermen and scientists throughout the world. A 9-pound bluefin tuna caught, tagged more
“This bass hit when I had about 75 percent of my cast retrieved,” said Brandon Migliore of Sterling, Connecticut (formerly of Coventry) about the record 11.2-pound largemouth bass he … more
Rainy day? Put your down time to good use. First of all, how well do you all know Narragansett Bay? It’s fun to try to draw it from memory - Prudence, Patience, Newport, Goddard Park, Greenwich … more
The Pabst Blue Ribbon catch and release striped bass, bluefish and summer flounder (fluke) tournament ended on August 20. To be eligible for the season-ending cash prizes, a minimum of three fish had to be caught and released. The length of the longest more
When we think of boating safety we think of wearing a life preserver, knowing the aids to navigation, and keeping a lookout, but your family could also be at risk from the food you have aboard. I looked at some ratings for coolers. Consumer Reports gave more
The Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Association's (RISAA) 19th annual "Take-A-Kid Fishing Day" is this Saturday, June 25, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Brewers Greenwich Bay Marina, Masthead Drive, … more
Just caught another bluefish? You think it tastes too fishy for a good meal? Wait! Don’t throw it back. There are many ways to remedy that. First of all, the fishy taste is in the dark meat. After … more
Whether you feed the ducks or hunt them, waterfowl are an integral part of Narragansett Bay. A recent survey showed many thousands of ducks, swans, geese and other waterfowl on our waters, and many more Canada geese on land. Years back the geese more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is hosting a series of free fly-tying workshops for novice and experienced fly-tiers this month. Instruction on both fresh and saltwater fly tying will be included, and all equipment and more
There is something mystical about coming in contact with sharks. They are very powerful. Anglers do take them for food. Very much the way they catch and eat cod fish, summer flounder, striped bass or tuna. In fact, mako sharks taste very much like more
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