Keyword: No fluke
20 results total, viewing 1 - 12
By CAPT. DAVE MONTI Recreational measures for cod and haddock will remain unchanged for the start of the 2022 fishing year. The New England Fishery Management Council has recommended changes to … more
As the ocean warms, some fish species adapt by moving into cooler and deeper water so they remain in their preferred water temperatures. Those marine species that cannot move either adapt or … more
“The bait profiles we are seeing around Block Island are different, they are perhaps being impacted by warming water.  For example we have an abundance of mackerel in and around the harbor … more
The Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Association (RISAA) and the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) will hold their annual youth fishing camp June 28-30, 2022. Funding for the … more
Opening Day of the freshwater fishing season in Rhode Island was Saturday, April 9. The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) stocked 100 waterways many with brook, brown, tiger … more
“I’ve been catching striped bass to 36 inches from my kayak in South County, Rhode Island ponds since December. The fish were covered in lice so they just came in from the ocean. It would … more
Send in your photos that depict positive or negative climate impacts on fish, habitat, or resource users and you will have a chance to win one of two $250 cash card prizes. Photos could include a … more
By CAPT. DAVE MONTI Climate change is impacting our coastal shoreline, habitat and the fish we love to catch, eat and/or release. If you are interested in what is changing, and how to employ … more
By CAPT. DAVE MONTI The New England Saltwater Fishing Show is this weekend Friday, Mar. 11 to Sunday, March 13 at the Rhode Island Convention Center. If you like to fish on the salt you are in for … more
Leaning how to cast a spinning rod and reel takes practice. The more you do it, the better you get. But knowing the basics can go a long way. Capt. Ken Cooper, a fellow fishing writer and an … more
By CAPT. DAVE MONTI The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) continues to help us make sense about climate impacts in a big way. On Dec. 12, 2021 they released a study that helps … more
On Jan. 12, 2022, NOAA and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management signed an interagency memorandum to advance wind energy while protecting biodiversity and promoting cooperative ocean use. The new agreement underscores the agencies' more
1 | 2 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.