The American Saltwater Guides Association took the regulatory tiger by the tail to protect striped bass. According to Peter Jenkins, they're just getting started because they know, fish are worth more in the water than in a cooler.
Rhode Island's Gourmet Goddess warms winter kitchens with her shrimp and grits recipe, featuring The Ocean State's Kenyon Grist Mill white cornmeal and Lola's Fine Hot Sauces fresh from West Des Moines, Iowa. This is the right seafood dinner to make with a group of friends huddled in a kitchen, telling stories of Spring and warm water fishing, or after a good day on the ice. Enjoy!
We're all about trees to help trout, guides to help fish and flies to help a film be absolutely killer. Not a bad winter Fish Wrap week. And you get to meet Peter Jenkins of The Saltwater Edge and the American Saltwater Guides Association.
Our 2021 Fish Wrap Review highlights several of the characters and events which made last year so remarkable. Now, cheers to 2022 and fish abundance, more opportunities to hunt, hike and love the outdoors. Sign up for our newsletter and as always, thanks for reading Fish Wrap.
Our 2021 Fish Wrap Writer Holiday Gift Guide will help you choose some fun, handy, thoughtful and maybe even perfect gifts for any outdoorsman or womann on your shopping list. We are very fortunate to meet lots of wonderful people and many of them create great products we can share with you. Happy Holidays!
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.