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The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission's (ASMFC) 75th Annual Meeting wrapped up last week and meeting summaries are available on their website at www.asmfc.org. The ASMFC regulates migratory species on the east coast, many more
Cold nights remind us that fall is here even though many days are still sunny and warm. With the change of season, there are additional safe boating precautions, especially for small boats. With the spectacular foliage, fall is a beautiful time for more
I love it when a plan comes together. Last week I had that feeling at the Rhode Island Seafood Marketing Collaborative meeting chaired by Janet Coit, director of the Department of Environmental Management. Four years of meetings more
You've been able to keep your boat away from rocks, you've been warned about special regulations, and you've navigated safely around the bay, all because of the aids to navigation. Who takes care of these important landmarks? On Rhode Island's east more
Last month, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) laid out a plan for modernizing efforts to sustainably manage ocean fisheries. A portion of the plan titled NOAA Fisheries Ecosystem-based Fisheries Management" more
It seems we were just launching our boats and packing picnics, and now we are counting shopping days until Christmas. Gifts for boating friends and family are the most fun to get. What's good out there? Water toys are always fun. At last year's boating more
I first met Dr. Jon Hare four years ago when his wife booked a fishing charter for him and his son John on my boat. We went summer flounder (fluke) fishing. At the time, I was one of eight captains participating in the Rhode Island Fish for the Future more
Cold nights remind us that fall is here even though many days are still sunny and warm. With the change of season, there are additional safe boating precautions, especially for small boats. With the spectacular foliage, fall is a beautiful time for more
Personal Watercraft (PWC) have been around since the late 1960's. They used to be a novelty but now more and more people have discovered the fun and versatility of these zippy crafts. Even teenagers who may be bored to go on an afternoon cruise and more
Last week the Center for Coastal Conservation, along with its 10 recreational fishing and boating industry partners, released A Vision for Marine Fisheries Management in the 21st Century: Priorities for a New Administration. The Vision highlights top more
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