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by | Apr 14, 2016 | Fish Wrap Ponderings

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Thanks to all you Fish Wrap readers!

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a beautiful brookie on the allagash, north maine woods

 

Our 3 part series, “The Fishermen Protecting RI Brook Trout” just won first place for Best Newspaper Column from the NE Outdoor Writers Assoc., an editorial on poaching in The Fisherman won 2nd place for Best Opinion, Magazine and our remembrance of Block Island’s Allen Hall won a 3rd place award as well. My sincere thanks to all you readers characters fishermen storytellers truth stretchers and scallywags!! You make this job not only possible, but incredibly fun! Thank You. Thank You All.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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