Female Fly Fishers And The Flat River is a celebration of increasing female participation in fishing and the return of a lovely RI river, freed from her stone confines. Trout Unlimited is all over us this week and I’m glad to have them.
Bryan Archer’s “The Meditative Fisherman” is a fine book of fishing, travel, reflection and appreciation all angler should read several times. I loved every page.
This week, we announce our new partnership with the Fish Nerds Podcast, at least for a while and recap another successful BI Inshore Fishing Tourney around a wind farm. Summer in Rhode Island is in full effect.
We are a terribly divided country just now and some will quickly argue about how much so. This is a fine time to seek out and enjoy some Maine camps and guides. Both can transport us to a slower time and remind us we are a strong country, built on skills and l labors and abilities to listen to others.
Karen Pinchin has masterfully provided us with a history, current consideration and future hope for Atlantic bluefin tuna. with her new book, “Kings of Their Own Ocean.” If you see fish as more than meat in a cooler and can see beyond your own bow to a future of respect for science and abundance in our generation, read her words for a careful, complete voyage alongside tuna as they migrate in ancient cycles through deep, warm corridors learned over millennia, fall to our nets and hooks and feed a world obsessed with their flesh.