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Great day fishing with the family. Now you pull in to a quiet cove to spend the night. Time to throw out the anchor. This gives you pause, though, because the last time you anchored, the boat dragged … more
If you are interested in fly fishing and want to learn how to tie your own flys or improve you skills in this area, The United Fly Tyers of Rhode Island may be the club for you. Meetings are more … more
The Department of Environmental Management's (DEM) Marine Fisheries Division held a workshop and public hearing last week to review the stock status of a number of species and commercial fishing regulation options being proposed by the Department. The more
Want a change of scene without going too far? Head your boat for a ride up to Pawtuxet Cove. Located on the boundary of Warwick and Cranston, this historic area has a lot to offer. Established in … more
Summer flounder (fluke) fishing has been pretty good this year. Mike Wade of Watch Hill Outfitters, Westerly said, “Fluke fishing along the southern coastal shore has been outstanding so far this … more
Great boat, plenty of good food for lunch, family aboard. You’re underway for a distant anchorage when there is a strange noise. The captain goes on the bow to investigate and a wave causes the … more
Nights are cooler, geese are heading south, but don't be too quick to pull out your boat. There are still some great weekends to have fun being on the water. You put so much into your boat and you should squeeze every bit of enjoyment from it. Leaf more
Time and tide wait for no man. True, but what does tide have to do with boating in Narragansett Bay? It certainly affects your height above the bottom. There are areas you can safely pass over at … more
The 6th annual Fishing For A Cause Tournament, fundraiser and dinner raised $200,000 to benefit children and families of The Schwartz Center. The annual event featured more than 100 anglers and over … more
On a clear night you are anchored up in a cove, ready to relax. Turn off the TV and electronic games and look up at nature's show. While the full moon is beautiful reflected on the water, a moonless night is best for viewing the sky. The first thing to more
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