Dan Kenney is bringing the outdoors right to you

Dan Kenney is making a serious name for himself. Dan’s an outdoors promoter  and fish guy who is bringing his next big deal, the Connecticut Outdoors Show, to Mohegan Sun for the first time, which opens up all sorts of possibilities when you consider the location. Kenny has three shows lined up for this winter … Continue reading Dan Kenney is bringing the outdoors right to you

Six dates to get you through winter

The Fly Fishing Film Tour This is an annual celebration of life on the water. The editors compile film from all over the globe then travel the globe showing fishing-starved people like us just how beautiful fly fishing can be. The only Rhode Island showing is on March 1 at the Agawam Hunt Club in … Continue reading Six dates to get you through winter

It’s open season on indoors outdoors shows

January is tough. Snows show as rain, what should be frozen seems is just muddy. There isn’t even much ice to scratch the winter fishing itch. With a solid three months until Spring’s greatest day, the opening of trout season, we can, however, be comforted by those forced hot air confines of indoors outdoors shows. … Continue reading It’s open season on indoors outdoors shows

2018 goes out with a splash

This week we turn the boat around for a second look at some characters and their greatest hits from 2018. What fun. One of the founders of RI Kayak Bassin’, RJ Alves is a force, to say the least. And it’s all positive. His highlight was the, “First RIKB tourney: saved a tipped angler, broke … Continue reading 2018 goes out with a splash

OMG, we’re Fish Wrapping up 2018

This week we’re turning the ship around to face a few of you, to hear what made 2018 special or maybe fantastic. Some folks landed the trout they dreamed of, some couldn’t get their math straight, some were just happy to get out and fish with their friends. In no particular order, here’s a few … Continue reading OMG, we’re Fish Wrapping up 2018

It serves us right to suffer if we don’t comment now

RI DEM held a very informative Marine Fisheries Informational Workshop this past Tuesday. I had the John Lee Hooker song, “Serves Me Right To Suffer” stuck in my head. Workshops are designed to offer us information about particular sectors, seasons, rules or proposals with some preliminary data and all comments are off the record, it’s … Continue reading It serves us right to suffer if we don’t comment now

The ritual of a new year’s warm water baptism

It’s a cold weather, warm water baptism. Cleaning rods and reels, replacing hooks and snaps, swivels and rings is a ritual indeed but there’s more to it than trebles and pliers. Cleaning takes time, something some have more of when it’s cold. It takes patience to dig through that plastic, untangle those hooks, pull out … Continue reading The ritual of a new year’s warm water baptism

In with the old then out with the new old at the Surf Day Used Tackle Sale

Well, we're big fans of the Narragansett Surfcasters fishing club so here's a little more notice of their Surf Day Used Tackle Sale on February 9, 2019 You can rent a table to sell off some gear or just walk the isles to pick out some new stuff on a very cool winter afternoon. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5QupfUNsFo4

Volunteering is fine, a saddlebag full of bluegills is confusing

This week we deal with the recent past, the near future and the oddly confusing. TU volunteers giving up a Saturday to clean a road to preserve a river Members of Trout Unlimited’s Narragansett 225 chapter donated a recent Saturday to the State’s Adopt-A-Roadway program. TU members don’t just meet up to go fishing, they … Continue reading Volunteering is fine, a saddlebag full of bluegills is confusing