Episode Three of the Fish Wrap Podcast

by | Oct 12, 2017 | Black Sea Bass Fishing, False Albacore Fishing

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Ron Rego with his winning striper

For week three of our new and hopefully improving podcasts, we’ll chase a few albies along Cape Cod, check out an award-winning striped bass and sadly, hear about the passing of another Rhode Island institution. You can listen with the link below or check out the podcast and lots of other videos on our You Tube channel when you type in Fish Wrap Writer. And as always, thanks for reading and listening.

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