Fishing Report
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Take an epicurean tour of the sea — Ocean State style, Thursday, March 30 at Mount Hope Farm in Bristol, RI. Rhode Island is home to a thriving seafood industry with a deep heritage and bright future. more
PROVIDENCE – A pair of local spots have been added to the list of waters stocked by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management for the new trout fishing season, which begins … more
If you want to enhance your fishing adventures this year, the New England Saltwater Fishing Show can help with instruction for beginners to accomplished fishermen and the latest in gear and … more
Summer flounder (fluke) fishing came back pretty good after the storm considering that many feared (including me) that the fish would head out to the continental shelf for winter. Capt. Frank Blount … more
During the holiday season I often reflect and write about why fishing brings me joy. I am very blessed and fortunate. I am able to share the joy of fishing with others by taking them fishing on my … more
Its fall and the tautog fishing is strong. Mike Wade of Watch Hill Outfitters, Westerly said, “Tautog fishing in South County has been outstanding with most anglers catching keepers. Green … more
PORTSMOUTH — Dozens of anglers grabbed their poles and headed to Melville Pond for the start of the freshwater fishing season in Rhode Island on Saturday. The R.I. Department of … more
This year, the minimum size for black sea bass in Rhode Island is 15”, last year it was 14”. The first sub period stared Friday, June 24 and runs to August 31 with a three fish/person/day … more
The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission’s (ASMFC) Atlantic Menhaden Management Board will meet November 13-14 to consider approval of Amendment 3 to the Interstate Fishery Management … more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is teaming up with the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) to promote boating education. An informed and … more
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