Search Results For: Fly Tying

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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Frank & Joyce Daignault: Outdoorsman’s Writers & Teachers

Frank Daignault has published eight books and hundreds of articles about saltwater fishing. But all of his achievements were earned in the company of his wife Joyce. Together they raised a family while fishing and hunting for sport and food. It was an honor to speak with them and learn more of thier story.

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Saving Beaver River Brookies

Protecting Beaver River Brookies

Teaming up to protect Beaver River brook trout There is convincing evidence that Rhode Island Trout Unlimited President, Glenn Place, doesn’t...

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Nature's Amazing Cinder Worm

Nature’s Amazing Cinder Worm

Nature's amazing cinder worms are twirling, dancing and shimmying little mud creatures and striped bass wait all year to eat hundreds of them. Now you can learn all about them and how to be on the water at the right time to catch bass which, because Nature is always in charge, may not actually be the right time. It's a tough way to catch bass but so fun...

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