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Summer flounder (fluke) regulations are still up in the air as a declining spawning stock biomass and a challenge to the Magnuson’s Stevens Act and NOAA’s authority to manage them is … more
The Salt Water Sportsman National Seminar Series, in its 30th year, will be held Saturday, March 4 at the Governor’s Ballroom at the Tauton Holiday Inn, 700 Miles Standish Blvd., Tauton, Mass. … more
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
Thinking of buying a boat? Now is the time to start your research at the Providence Boat Show this Friday through Sunday because you can see a number of boat types and manufacturers all in one place. … more
The fishing community has been buzzing with news since the New Year. It will be an active year, here are some January highlights. Summer flounder (fluke) regulations will likely test our resolve to … more
The 2016 season kicked off with a very strong spring striped bass migration. Many said the striped bass in northern waters were larger and more plentiful than they have been for a few years. Manny … more
Reel Recovery, a national organization that sponsors fly fishing retreats for men living with cancer, received a $500 check from the Rhody Fly Rodders earlier this month. The Rhody Fly Rodders raised … more
The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC), which manages many of the saltwater species we fish in Rhode Island that travel the East Coast, held an Atlantic menhaden public hearing … more
The Department of Environmental Management (DEM) has begun stocking four ponds with 2,000 brook trout this week for the winter fishing season. Barber Pond, South Kingstown; Silver Spring Lake, North … more
I love it when a plan comes together. And, last week I had that feeling at the Rhode Island Seafood Marketing Collaborative meeting chaired by Janet Coit, director of the Department of Environmental … more
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