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2022 RI Tog Classic

2022 RI Tog Classic

The 2022 RI Tog Classic was a success by the ever-grateful and not exaclty soft spoken Ralph Craft. A cast of hundreds from here to Florida came to fish for our bountiful tautog fishery, which we really need to protect and then, a young angler named Rosie stoll the show. The best wrap up is right here.

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River Rules While A Ruler Rules
Jig Deep, Dig Deeper

Jig Deep, Dig Deeper

When Ralph Craft throws a party, everyone has fun and some charity wins big. The 2022 RI Tog Classic is on and you need to be there because the Three Angels Fund needs you to jig deep and dig deeper. Read all the details here then head over to www.ritogclassic.com and sign up. Ralph does a lot for a lot of people without fanfare so sign up, jig deep and dig deeper.

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meeting writer Don Barone
Meeting Writer Don Barone

Meeting Writer Don Barone

Don Barone, DB as he prefers, has won all the awards and accolades a writer of his level deserves but more importantly, he has provided us with a window into a small piece of America, one fisherman at a time. This week, we are lucky to meet DB, see how he ticks, and how he's not so ready to settle down.

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Thank You Steve Medeiros

Thank You Steve Medeiros

When Steve Medeiros passed, many anglers never knew how how passionately he worked to protect their sport and that was fine with him. The founder and President of the RI Saltwater Anglers Association, he ws considerate, determined, steadfast and a friend so this week, we give thanks for his legacy.

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Fall Is Trophy Time

Fall Is Trophy Time

Rhode Island’s chapter of Trout Unlimited and the South Kingstown Land Trust have organized a free Introductory Fly Fishing Clinic for Women on October 2. A few weeks later, the RI Saltwater...

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Cloudy skies over cloudy water
Cloudy skies over cloudy water

Cloudy skies over cloudy water

Clouds on the horizon and a few big ones in the mirror mean fishing can be fickle but a few aces know where they feed. Ralph Craft has a few spots open for his Tog Tourney and CRMC wants to send you some mail to keep aware of how they are, we hope, protecting our shorelines.

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