Fishing Report
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U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke announced last month the next steps for developing the National Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Program for 2019-2024. The program proposes to … more
“I knew something was up, but nothing like this. I can’t believe all these people, look there’s my son, there’s my family,” said Larry Mouradjian, Associate Director of … more
“We had a great discussion about the Magnuson-Steven Act (MSA), the fishing law of this nation, and how to make it work better for recreational fishing. Our aim now is to process symposium … more
So you fish the saltwater when vacationing on the Cape… or you take your fishing a bit more seriously and perhaps fish more regularly from shore or a boat on Narragansett Bay, along the … more
Nick Blount, deck hand on the Frances Fleet (and son of owner Frank Blount), landed a 700 plus pound bluefin tuna off Cape Cod last week. “It was amazing that they were able to land this … more
If you think fishing is over, think again, as it is time to catch codfish. Cod fishing is great fun for adults and children as all you have to do is lower the line, hit bottom and wait for a tug. I … more
“The fall squid fishing season is on.” said Greg Vespe, president of the Aquidneck Island Striper Team fishing club. Greg and his fishing partner Capt. B.J. Silvia of Flippin Out Fishing … more
The Tellier family of North Kingstown has a fine family fishing tradition. I first met Roger Tellier (formerly of East Providence) about six years ago through the Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers … more
As a fisherman, I was excited when I first got my eyes on the Narragansett Bay and Its Watershed Report that was released this week. I was pleased to find out that Narragansett Bay and the rivers … more
The tautog limit increased to six fish/person/day on Sunday, Oct. 15, and will run through Dec. 15. However, the ten fish/boat/day limit is in effect, but does not apply to charter and party … more
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