This is the second in a three part series on a proposal by Protect Rhode Island Brook Trout. To help restore the Upper Wood River’s overall health and population of native fishes, Protect Rhode Island Brook Trout has proposed an experimental 5 year plan which includes suspending the State’s stocking of hatchery-raised, non-native fish and… Continue reading A Second, Deeper Look at Brook Trout & Our Needs
This week we begin a three part series looking into a proposal by Protect Rhode Island Brook Trout. Their work is genuine, guided by a desire to address a potential, not a past. This week we begin a three part series to discuss a small group of devoted trout fishermen who are working to protect… Continue reading 4 wise men protecting r.i.’s brook trout
for some unknown indescribable confluence of causes, this important story, which originally ran back in August, never made it to this website, has been erased from all my backups, save one, and is without an entire roll of pictures. nonetheless, it was a look at a tight group of men who work each day to… Continue reading jamestown’s marine one, 4 months late
Bear with me. This column often has abandoned traditional fishing column confines; we detailed the effects of road salt on small salamanders, covered an absolutely senseless desecration at Jounis’ Temple, introduced fishermen as young as nine, penned some tearful obituaries, lamented the closing of tackle stores and very often how man takes advantage, to the… Continue reading fishing, faith and being muslim in a new world
hot on the heels of winter, it’s time to put up fish for sold nights!