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Capt. Charlie Donilon at the helm of the F/V Snappa tells students in mate school that it is their job to inform customers about Port of Galilee history.

Great Outdoors Pursuit registration opens

Great Outdoors Pursuit registration opens

DEM invites Rhode Islanders to reconnect with the great outdoors, get active and have fun by joining the 2015 Great Outdoors Pursuit. Teams of children and adults will be challenged to visit different facilities and take part in outdoor adventures and learn about environmental and health issues over a 12-week period. They earn points for

Capt. Al Anderson, the catch, tag and release king, is shown here with a striped bass.

Catch, tag and release your fish

Capt. Al Anderson of South Kingstown with striped bass is the catch, tag and release King. Now that the striped bass limit is one fish/angler/day at 28”, it is more important than ever before to use good catch and release practices. Once you fine tune your catch and release tactics to insure fish you catch

Capt. Charlie Donilon of Snappa Charters instructs Jack Chivers, South Kingstown, on how to tie a dropper loop fishing knot.

Trout larger and more plentiful this year

Reports are in from opening day of trout season this Saturday and most feel the fish are larger and more plentiful. Thousands of anglers were on hand to catch their limit of five trout with over 80,000 hatchery-raised brook, rainbow, brown trout stocked by the Department of Environmental Management (DEM) in about 100 locations. Angler

A tradition in his family: Nick Woodbine of Warwick fished Frenchtown Pond, North Kingstown on opening day 2014 with his two brothers and uncle, Chris Choquette.

Ice cut to stock ponds for opening day

The Department of Environmental Management’s Division of Fish & Wildlife had to cut holes in the ice for to stock ponds this past Saturday. Most of the state’s freshwater anglers are expected to turn out at 6 a.m. to fish on opening day, Saturday, April 11. Hatchery- raised brook, brown, and rainbow trout with an

Fisheries experts meet on strategy for growing recreational fish stocks

“Ecosystem-based fisheries management is a way to sustain the benefits people get from the ocean by accounting for the interconnections among marine life, humans and the environment.” That’s the way Greg Wells of Pew Charitable Trusts kicked off the 2015 Southern New England Recreational Fishing Symposium. Wells defined ecosystem-based fisheries management for the 86 invited

Striped bass prize:  Mike Testa of Jamestown with a striped bass he caught while fly fishing with Capt. Ray Stachelek.

No Fluke: Did you see that swirl?

It happens in May and June in New England. The water in our coves becomes alive with striped bass swirling on the surface and bluefish crashing cinder worms that are dancing on the surface. It’s very much a sight-fishing experience. You can see the worms and the striped bass feeding on the surface. Cinder worms

"Canyon Fever", a new fishing adventure book, was released last month by Capt. Denny Dillon of the f/v Persuader II, Pt. Judith. Local expert angler Susan Lema illustrated the book.

No Fluke: Time to get your gear ready

A sure way to shed those winter blues is to get your fishing gear ready for the fishing season. It gives me great joy to organize my tackle, respool reels and get everything ready for freshwater opening day in April, saltwater spring tautog, and striped bass fishing. As I prepare, I dream about the big

Heidi Reid of Stur-Dee Boat Co., Tiverton, RI makes the same Amesbury Dory boat design her father made when he started the company 1947.

No Fluke: What I liked at the fishing show

“The show this weekend was very good. The threat of snow Sunday must have hurt us somewhat and it died off quickly by mid-afternoon. If it wasn’t for that we were on track for it to have been our highest attended yet,” said Steve Medeiros, president of the Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Association, sponsors of the

2015 saltwater fishing regulations, license bill and fishing show this week

Last Monday’s Department of Environmental Management’s (DEM) recreational regulation workshop and public hearing meetings combined what normally takes place over four different evenings into one night. Traditionally participation at specie Advisory Panel meetings held over four different evenings is limited (three to six fishermen, fifteen or twenty if an important issue was being discussed).  At

Mobilize now to impact fishing regulations for 2015

The biggest 2015 recreational fishing regulation meeting in Rhode Island will occur Monday, February 16 at the University of Rhode Island, Graduate School of Oceanography, Corless Auditorium, South Ferry Road, Narragansett. At this meeting, regulation amendments to recreational fishing management plans for summer flounder, striped bass, tautog, scup, black sea bass and others will be

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