Episode Four is ready for your listening pleasure. Miles Corayer has been hard at work writing original music and themes. You can listen to our other episodes and see some of our above and below water videos on our YouTube channel, Fish Wrap Writer. We's love you to join as a subscriber and like the … Continue reading Fish Wrap Episode Four: Stripers, Inspiration & A Guy Named Phil
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 up the pace for southern climes and … Continue reading Inspiration moves us brightly & Phil Capaldi knows it well
While fishing season may be winding down for some, Glenn Place, President of Trout Unlimited’s Narragansett Chapter, has been working hard to keep members involved in fish conservation efforts. In support of their core mission to conserve, protect and restore North America’s cold water fisheries and their watersheds, the chapter has received an Embrace A … Continue reading Narragansett’s TU earns crucial funding, turbines turn & fishing refuses to wind down
Tear off the November blotter, look for right day and there just may be a few false albacore left along the beaches. Here's how to catch them.
The Wildlife Rehabilitators Association of Rhode Island came to the rescue of a Barred owl entangled in fishing line and hanging from a Warwick tree. Being nocturnal, there’s no telling how long that animal had been stuck there. With assistance from Warwick’s police, fire and animal control officers Amy Violet and Heather Razza, the owl … Continue reading Good Stewardship=Good Ecosystem=Good Fishing. I Heart Logic.
Brian Hall is a pretty supportive guy. He’s a veteran, a fireman, a husband, a relentless kayak fisherman and a rock solid friend who calls some lucky people, “brother.” Brian's had some intel on schools of early morning albies and called in fishing partner Tom Adams. The two launched kayaks at dawn, understanding that albies … Continue reading Brian, Tom, a Council & Schools of Munnawhatteaug. Really.
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 fishing down for the season? Fishing can … Continue reading How Storms Affect Fish, Fishing, & Tim Moore, With Some Help From Pliny the Elder.
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 lots of other videos on our You Tube … Continue reading Episode Three of the Fish Wrap Podcast
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 up trying to push it shut. It’s … Continue reading Dynamite, Hobie Kayaks, Top Guns & Catching Some Albies…
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 the fly around Newport, surf casters have … Continue reading Albies Rise while Benny’s Sinks