Rosie and Dominic lead us down beaches, into kayaks and across fly tying tables. This week we celebrate young anglers and all they offer us. Somedays it feels like the world is burning so, let us introduce you to two remarkable young people who catch, laugh and share. We could all use a shot of their joy.
From RI’s Trout Unlimited chapter to the Narragansett Surfcasters to Ocean State Kayak Bassin’, this week we hit them all with Spring banquets and tournaments to start off a new season in high style. And, we get to say thank you to some deserving good people.
This month, we all lean a little west, looking for dark grey fins, small swirls, or flocks of black-tipped gulls tipping us off to striped bass movements east and north. Locals have their favorite spots so why not use their favorite lures? This month, go local for spring stripers with advice from the best local sources.
Spring means new boating and turkey hunting regulations and we have them here for you. Better to be safe on water and in the woods than…RIDEM has a slate of new and logical rules for boaters and the Light Foundation is back with more opportunities for young hunters. It’s all here in Fish Wrap.
“Conservation equivalency sucks,” was Peter jenkins’ opener, which certainly seized the crowd’s attention at the monthly Narragansett Surfcasters meeting. Surfcasting author Dennis Zambrotta followed with stories of fishing Block Island for big bass from decades past and this past Fall.