Search Results For: Fishing and Hunting Safety

Narragansett Gun Club’s Fall Charity Shoot

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...

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It's Turkey and Regulation Season

Turkey and Regulation Seasons

Spring means new boating and turkey hunting regulations and we have them here for you. Better to be safe on water and in the woods than...RIDEM has a slate of new and logical rules for boaters and the Light Foundation is back with more opportunities for young hunters. It's all here in Fish Wrap.

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Tom Adams Talks Hunting

This week, we start a new mini-series called “What They Know.” Over the last many years, Fish Wrap has been blessed to meet and learn from some...

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6 Holdover Striper Tips

This Fall is proving to be an absolutely epic season for migrating stripers and we are seeing fish from the Hurricane Barrier all the way to the Pt. Judith lighthouse. This week we offer you some great fishing tips and a few words to help you get through the next seasons. As always, thanks for reading Fish Wrap.

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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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Cast & Blast in RI

Rhode Island has lots to offer to outdoorsmen and women so on the heels of summer, it's time to cast and blast. Stripers, bluefish and fluke are on the beaches while shooting sporting clays is always in season.

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Legislature Reconsiders Confined Hunts

RI Legislature Reconsiders Confined Hunts

The RI Legislature is reconsidering banning some types of confined hunts where Chronic Wasting Disease may be introduced to local cervid populations like White-tailed deer. The Backcountry Hunters and Anglers support the bill as a way to keep CWD out of Rhode Island.

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