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Trees For Trout Returns

Trees For Trout Returns

Rhode Island’s Trout Unlimited Chapter welcomes a new year with their popular and important Trees For Trout program. RI TU Chapter 225 President Glenn Place has worked with RIDEM Biologist Corey...

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RISAA Needs Your Help, Potter Pond Gets Some

RISAA Needs Your Help, Potter Pond Gets Some

Rhode Island's CRMC subcommittee has recommended that Perry Raso's application to expand his shellfish business into a salt pond with a long history of various recreational uses, be denied. The RI Saltwater Anglers are looking for some help with their own subcommittees. RIDEM wants to help you learn to tie flies and our good friend Tom Adams help us understand the benefits of tree saddles for deer hunting .

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RICAC Emerges & Treonze Wins Big

RICAC Emerges & Treonze Wins Big

The RI Coastal Advocacy Coalition has delivered a letter to CRMC looking for regulatory change in the way it considers approving and siting shellfish businesses in public trust waters. With summer a wrap, Todd Treonze has been awarded the OSKAA Angler of the Year. Dennis Zambrotta has some sage advice for surfcasting Block Island and RISAA's Greg Vespe pulled a bomber bonito out of chilly November waters.

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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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Fish are Hall around us this week
Fish are Hall around us this week

Fish are Hall around us this week

Total character Brain Hall find sailfish from his kayak, Aaron Flynn is on the largemouth, Alex Ridgway can find fish anywhere, and we mean anywhere, and then Steve Medeiros, the generous and patient President of the RI Saltwater Anglers Association passed away, quite unexpectedly. It's a good week tempered with his loss but we'll offer Steve a fine send off next week. So let's find some fish....

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River Rules While a Ruler Rules
River Rules While A Ruler Rules

River Rules While A Ruler Rules

The Beaver River in Richmond, Rhode Island has new state regulations to help protect native brook trout populations. No more hatchery raised trout will be allowed in the river system and hopefully native brookies will thrive, reminding anglers just how magical it can be to hike in deep for fish in shallow streams. Then we'll visit Randy Degrace to hear about his almost state record black sea bass.

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Big River Protects Brook Trout

Big River Protects Brook Trout

Rhode Island's Trout Unlimited chapter has partnered with RIDEM, EA Engineering and other environmental agencies to investigate the Big River Management Area to see if it's dark, shrouded reaches might support populations of wild, native brook trout, the state's only native charr. Biologist Corey Pelletier electrofishing small winding streams and rivers to discover and catalog life, because, in a world of questions, answers all begin with data.

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Phil Capaldi’s Fish Report

Phil Capaldi’s Fish Report

South County's Phil Capaldi knows the salt well so this week, he provides a new fish report so that I can go north to find smallmouth bass and lose my cell phone signal. Phil talks fluke and stripers with some solid advice on lures to catch them both. Go Phil!

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