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Patrick Mahomes led the Kansas City Chiefs to their third Super Bowl title in four years on Sunday, establishing the NFL’s latest dynasty and the first since the Patriots in the early … more
The University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography held an online seminar last Wednesday titled, “Recreational Fishing and Offshore Wind Energy: Understanding the Changing … more
It was a sad day in Hollywood last week with the passing of Carl Weathers. Weathers, a professional football player turned actor, passed away at 76 years old, leaving a legacy that was always … more
It is not often you get a win, win when engaging in fisheries research. But the Commercial Fisheries Research Foundation  (CFRF) is trying to find out what impact offshore wind farms have on … more
Here we are, halfway through the winter season. It always sneaks up on us and the winter is always the wackiest season. Between the holiday break in December, postponements due to weather, … more
Join the free online workshop titled ‘Recreational Fishing and Offshore Wind Energy: Understanding the Changing Behavior’ on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.(EST). Webinar … more
I know that it’s early in the season, but it is becoming clear that our girls basketball teams are going to be factors in the eventual playoffs at winter’s end. Here is a look at … more
The Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council has asked coastal states for their thoughts on what scup and summer flounder (fluke) management measures they would propose for 2024 to meet mandated … more
The Rhody Fly Rodders, the oldest chartered saltwater fly club in America, is holding a 60th Anniversary Banquet Celebration Saturday, Jan. 20, 1 p.m.at Wright’s Farm Restaurant, 84 Inman Road, … more
Fishing in 2023 was a mixed bag. Everything seemed to be delayed and/or extended this year due to warm water. In the spring, summer and fall the striped bass fishing was good, but the fish in shore … more
As we wrap up 2023, there were plenty of special moments to celebrate and remember from the sports calendar. Many of our teams enjoyed the highs of championships and endured the lows of winless … more
The 28th United Nation’s Conference of the Parties (COP) on climate change ended last week. At the bi-partisan international climate conference nations agreed to transition away from fossil … more
If you’ve followed New England Patriots football this season, or the NFL in general, you know that perhaps the hottest topic has been the future of head coach Bill Belichick with the team. … more
Sometimes there is a silver lining and good things come out of a bad situation.  Last week anglers met with Janet Coit, Assistant Administrator and Chief of NOAA Fisheries and her staff, to talk … more
Now that the regular season is officially underway and I was able to gather just a little more information in the past week, it is time for me to make some of my official winter predictions for the … more
The Rhode Island Interscholastic League Division I hockey season is also underway along with basketball. Division I hockey is always one of the most competitive fields in the whole sports season, but … more
Hats off to Senator Sheldon Whitehouse and his staff for putting together the Energy, Environment and Oceans Leaders Day, Friday, Dec. 1 at the Rhode Island Convention Center. This is the 14th year … more
It’s the holidays. Time to take stock and be thankful. First and foremost I am thankful for the privilege to fish, take people fishing, get paid for it as a charter captain and then write … more
Last weekend’s football state championships wrapped up another fantastic fall sports season, leaving us with just the Thanksgiving exhibitions. With football being the last sport on the … more
The Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announced their winter season of outdoor programs from fly tying to wild game cooking classes. The  Aquatic Resource Education, Hunter Education, … more
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