If you want to know what’s happening in the fishing world, you have to ask the right people. At Snug Harbor Marina, we brought together 6 young fishermen and fisherwomen to talk fish, tips, secret spots, favorite gear, stories and stretched stories. A few were right there with the goods, a few were hesitant, one… Continue reading These 6 Fantastic Kids Really Know How To Fish
The West Valley Inn has closed unexpectedly so the Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Association will hold their next meeting at The Villa, 272 Cowesett Ave, West Warwick. Meeting starts at 7:00pm The guest speaker will be Captain Mike Roy with a lively presentation about Light Tackle Fishing for Striped Bass and False Albacore http://www.risaa.org/seminars/seminar0816.html If you… Continue reading RISAA’s Next Meeting Announced
t Deadly Dicks, deceivers, frustration, exuberance; these all share one thing in common: Atlantic bonito. Based on the fishing logs and water temperatures, these members of the mackerel family should be migrating here very soon so to be ready for the challenge, you’ll need the right rod, a few lures and if possible, a good… Continue reading Bonito? Bonita? Whichever, They’re Coming!
Some would have you believe it’s a grim, hugely horrible world out there, but it’s not. In a sleepless, loud 24 hour news cycle we are bombarded with bombings, shootings, terrorists, ancient politicians who just won’t go away, those pesky immigrants who want a piece of the dream and people marching, screaming in the street.… Continue reading TU 737 leads the way, teaching good kids about fish and fishing
Just this side of the Harrisville Mill Pond dam, a few people leaned over to cast worms into some roiling waters, a few others stumbled around, palms up, squinting while waiting for some silly, animated pseudo-life to appear on tiny screens and across the street, in a cool back of the house conference room, Wayne… Continue reading Talking Turkeys This Week with Wayne Barber & Saying Goodbye To A Good Man