RISAA’s Next Meeting Announced

by | Aug 13, 2016 | Fishery Policy & Rules

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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

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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 are not a RISAA member, this would be a great meeting to join.

www.risaa.org

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