Fishing and outdoors
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Our unusually mild winter weather lately may make you want to drive by and take a longing look at your tucked-away boat. This is the perfect time to take a peek under the cover and take care of a few … more
At last! We can finally get on a boat! Well, not on the water, but we can climb aboard boats, feel the deck under our feet and picture the sparkling water, at the Providence Boat Show this coming … more
Rocky Point rocks with access awards Two prominent Rhode Islanders garnered top public access awards for their work to preserve Rocky Point as public access space. On Saturday night, Warwick Mayor … more
What a turn of events.  Last month we heard that Rhode Island recreational anglers over fished their target in 2015 and that there would be an overall 30% reduction in summer flounder quota … more
Chilly days and nights have finally arrived, but you can warm up your outlook by thinking of this coming summer’s boating. If you venture into the lower East Passage of Narragansett Bay, you may … more
Tautog (or black fish) have a delicious white colored flesh and are commonly caught in Rhode Island in the fall (there is a short spring season as well). Two weeks ago an 18.9 pound tautog was caught … more
I like to shellfish and enjoy cooking and eating what I catch with family and friends.   When my son was nine years old he would insist I bring a knife with me when quahogging so I could open … more
A romantic place to spend the night or a fun location to visit for swimming and picnicking, little Rose Island lies near the Newport-Pell Bridge in the East Passage. This picturesque island is the … more
The Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is stocking ponds and rivers across Rhode Island with some 1,400 brown and brook trout. Stocked waterways include: Meadowbrook Pond, Richmond; … more
How are you coming on those New Year’s Resolutions? Here’s one you should make and keep – take a Safe Boating Course. But who really needs it? Well, if you were born after 1986, by law, you … more
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