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As you start to catch larger fish, the issue of how to land them successfully becomes more important. So here are some tips on how to land fish if you gaff, net or swing them into the boat. Gaffing large fish (you aim to keep) I spoke with Capt. Rick more
Boating is ever increasing in popularity in our beautiful bay, with over 12 million people visiting each year, but this causes more and more close encounters. How do we keep these from becoming collisions? What are the rules that keep us safe in these more
Last Tuesday, 12 charter fishing vessels from the Rhode Island Party & Charter Boat Association took veterans fishing aboard their vessels out of the Port of Galilee. It was the third year in a row … 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
Now is the time to bottom fish in the mid or lower Narragansett Bay area or along the coastal shore. The water is too warm in upper Narragansett Bay. Most of bait and fish have moved or come into the mid and lower bay. Areas around Aquidneck Island, the more
This week, I was reminded of the outstanding Atlantic menhaden management program we have in Narragansett Bay. Monday night, George Purmont, a spotter pilot commissioned by the Marine Fisheries … more
If you are on your way to Block Island or heading Mystic way, after a long cruise down the bay, you might want to stop off in Point Judith for the night. Coming south from Narragansett Bay, stay … more
You drop anchor in Potter Cove in Prudence Island, swim, have a nice supper and then turn in early. You and your family have plans to meet friends ashore for a Sunday BBQ the next day. No problem. … more
No one expects a fire on board, but you and your family should be prepared so you could minimize the problem and keep safe. First of all, what causes boat fires? Cooking is one hot spot. Lighting up the grill in the cockpit can cause a flare up. Most more
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