These weeks of spring have a very special early morning light. It shines for just a few minutes for just a few weeks and then it’s different. Not better nor worse, just different. We wait so anxiously for summer and those long days but her light is fixed […]
I'm a fisherman, occasional hunter, occasionally sarcastic outdoors writer and father. My weekly outdoors column, Fish Wrap, can be found at www.fishwrapwriter.com.
Seventy-five casts to your sweet spot should tell you all you need to know: either you’ve hit the lottery or you’re working in a desert. That’s one successful local angler’s theory about striper fishing this time of year and there’s definitely something to it. After waiting so very […]
It’s all about access now. Hopefully, everything needing to be done has been done because ocean and river temperatures are climbing, ever so slowly. Chris Littlefield on Block Island noticed a 5 degree uptick in seawater temperatures around the island in a week, which might show some positive […]
Spring came home and kicked winter out but apparently never locked the door. Cold rain and sleet have kept our water temperatures low, postponed the arrival of our precious striped bass and given lots of us a good case of the shrugs. Largemouth’s are being landed, trout are […]
A look back at Fish Wrap’s first coverage of Opening Day. We’ve come a long way, baby