Hurricane season means months of seaside homeowner angst, beaches wiped clean, low pressure and high surf but what does all that mean for fishing? Why do some guys fish hard in the days leading up to storms and why does it seem a big Fall blow can shut […]
For week three of our new and hopefully improving podcasts, we’ll chase a few albies along Cape Cod, check out an award-winning striped bass and sadly, hear about the passing of another Rhode Island institution. You can listen with the link below or check out the podcast and […]
It feels like dynamite. You can cast for twenty minutes, slam the rod against the gunwales, curse a blue streak or swear you hate fishing. You can pack so many jigs and snax into a plastic box that the lid cracks and cracks again before you finally give […]
The first schools of albies were seen feeding south of Block Island, now they’re moving inland from the mouth of Narragansett Bay to Watch Hill, bringing a level of excitement equal to Spring’s first stripers. Captain Rene Letourneau of On The Rocks Charters has been finding them on […]
We were lucky enough to try out a new Hobie Mirage Compass kayak in pursuit of false albacore on the south shore of Cape Cod. The weather was touch and go but the fish were feeding and to make things even more interesting, the water boiled with King […]
Bonito, bonita…click on the link below to learn all about them and the characters who know how to catch them. Thanks for listening!
This week we begin our Fish Wrap Podcast, a first-ever venture into the world of on-the-go outdoors media. We are very appreciative of all our readers and now, we hope to add many listeners as well. Thanks very much for reading, “liking” and now, listening to the best […]
In the spirit of writer, farmer, clam digger and small boat builder, E.B.White, I offer a fishing man’s memorandum. ∗my words were inspired by my enjoyment of his “Memorandum,” from a favorite book and gift of my young son, 1941’s One Man’s Meat∗ Today would be a good day […]