Just now, we take a look back at a piece written for the Southern RI Newspaper family which, due to reasons real and uninteresting, was lost for a while. Time passes quickly in this digital age but I say taking a few minutes to read about good friends […]
During this holiday season, there’s more than a few folks thankful for the scratches in their trucks. Thanksgiving presented a multitude of options for sportsmen and even for those a bit more, well, indoorsy. Those in the know caught carp, perch, tautog and stripers while the patient […]
November’s cooling seawater is making for some red-hot fishing. Breachways, beachfronts and river mouths are full of stripers and in some spots, even a few false albacore. As long as an abundance of bait remains inshore, this streak should continue until the first real frost when stripers pick […]
Long before inventions like propellers, power blocks or stern trawlers, men hauled heavy fishing nets by hand. Hard to believe for some perhaps, but ingenuity, grit and small boats were the common tools to catch, sort and sell a day’s catch. Photographer Markham Starr has made a wonderful […]
After a few weeks away casting for tree limbs and rainbows, we are catching up on blog posts from the Narragansett Times which should have been posted last week. As always, thanks for reading!