Hunting Pheasant with Bruce and Sedna was a highlight of Fall, walking tall grasses for maybe birds but surely time with friends and dogs. Please meet Bruce Leduc, a master craftsman for all things hunting and fish while training dogs to be superior in a field and a friend on a couch with a gentle owner. Cheers Bruce and Sedna.
Jarad Luchka is an ace guide, total gentleman and a totally focused hunter who loves putting sports on ducks. If you want the best waterfowl experience, read all about him here then book a day in his boat. It’s worth every dollar and laugh.
We offer you 3 Outstanding Outdoor Gear Choices to help you welcome in Fall fun in comfort, safety and style. And they won’t break the bank.
Hydrilla Invades Indian Lake is terrible news so we have information to help you identify Hydrilla and prevent its movement to other waters.
Fishing from a kayak in cold waters can be fun and safe with a few precautions and the right gear. Here are 7 tips for kayak safety with hopes you get to fish far later and safer into the winter months.
Narragansett Gun Club’s Fall Charity Shoot is an inclusive event, for all people, to show of their skills and teach others how to improve theirs. This is a day, steeped in charity, that should not be missed, pun intended…
Albies are in bigtime, from the Avenue’s to the Ocean Mist to those fancy Newport cliffs. Now’s the time, before waters get churned up since they’re sight feeders. When Lee passes us by and waters settle, hopefully albies will peel away from offshore canyons and join us along the shoreline. This week, get your tips to catch them while you can!
Female Fly Fishers And The Flat River is a celebration of increasing female participation in fishing and the return of a lovely RI river, freed from her stone confines. Trout Unlimited is all over us this week and I’m glad to have them.
End of the New England summer means RI ‘Tog, Bass and Sharks so we give you a look at all of them this week. And, a visit from Ralph Craft who invites you to his RI Tog tourney, John Dodd talks Atlantic White Sharks in Rhode Island and Australia and our friend Mike Woods talks about Back Country Hunters & Anglers helping assemble striped bass data.
Redington’s new Wrangler Fly Rods are well-designed, easy to cast, built with an eye for quality and ready to fish right out of the tube. We fished the Bass model in northern Maine and it quickly proved itself to be strong, easy to cast and worth every dime of its fair price. Check out the videos here and on our Your Tube channel at The Fish Wrap Writer. Thanks!