November 24, 2014
Fishing and outdoors
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Striped bass is in the news again this week. Private recreational anglers, for-hire charter captains and commercial fishermen all say striped bass are a highly valued fishery in Rhode Island. Last … more
Fishing with friends: Chris Gasbaro found this …
Bonito and false albacore are speedsters know to strip line off a reel at lightning speed. They are two of the most challenging fish to catch, yet they are the most fun. Steve Medeiros, president … more
Learn how to fish the Cape Cod Canal for striped bass Monday, September 29, 7:00 p.m. at this month's Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Association (RISAA) meeting at the West Valley Inn, West Warwick. … more
Capt. Dave Monti (left) and Pete Sousa (both of …
Summer flounder (fluke) fishing should be pretty good this year. If you have not given it a try, now is the time. Our fluke fishery is in good shape, so good, fish managers lowered the minimum size … more
Many anglers are catching their limit of black …
The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission's (ASMFC) Atlantic Striped Bass Management Board approved more conservative regulations in addendum IV for public comment to the Interstate Fishery … more
A 251-pound mako shark took first place in its …
Snug Harbor Marina, South Kingstown, ended their two day shark tournament Sunday with a 295 pound thresher taking the tournament's top prize. Adam Littlefield of North Kingstown caught the fish … more
Charlestown fluke caught by Trish Cioe of …
Team prizes for the 2014 Great Outdoors Pursuit were recently awarded to winners at Burlingame State Campground in Charlestown. The program aims to reunite families with the outdoors, encourage more … more
Ginny Reed of Bristol with a jumbo fluke she …
Michael Bucko, owner of Bucko's Bait & Tackle, Fall River, MA is a member of the Recreational Technical Committee of the Atlantic Coastal Cooperative Statistical Program (ACCSP). This committee is … more
Black sea bass bite good: Scott Kiefer of Exeter …
"Vibration and color are important when using soft plastic baits." said Al Gagliarducci, owner and designer of Al Gag's Custom Lures since 1978. He spoke to 250 fishermen last week at a Rhode Island … more
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