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Todd Stevenson, captain of the sport fishing vessel Skinny T, had a great day Sunday as this boat was declared the overall winner of the 34th Annual Snug Harbor Marina Shark Tournament that took … more
Remember the two feet of snow that never ended last winter? Let’s hope we don’t have to prepare our boats for those conditions this year, but there are certain things we need to do for any New … more
Want an easy spring? Then look under your boat now. That’s the advice from Charles Greaves of Bayview Marine in Oakland Beach. Take a moment and do a visual inspection of your propeller. There are … more
Young anglers, female anglers and fishermen in urban areas are most likely to go years without fishing regardless of where in the country they live, a follow-up report commissioned by the American … more
During the past several months there have been a number of key proposed policy changes that if approved could greatly impact our fisheries. Some say the proposed changes will weaken regulations … more
Greg Vespe is an avid fisherman with a particular knack for catching striped bass. He is a noted lecturer and often works with Capt. BJ Silvia of Flippin Out Fishing Charters. Here is his account (I … 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
There are still warm sunny days for some great boating, but the nights are cooler, and the water temperature is dropping. At this writing it is 60 and falling in the upper bay. This is the time to … more
Native American settlements, ancient rune stone, U.S. Navy origin – look no farther than Narragansett Bay. Cruising the upper bay puts you within feet of exciting history. At the head of … more
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