31 May 2014

• Thames River Area Fishing Report


“There are some decent stripers being caught in the Thames River from Fort Shantok up to the Greenville Dam.

”These fish, which may be 30 pounds or more, are feeding on the schools of adult menhaden that moved into the Thames recently.

Please visit this link to read the full article: NorwichBulletin.com


• Rhode Island Area Fishing



“Many anglers are releasing all striped bass they catch to help sustain and enhance the fishery. According to a NOAA report, 92 percent of recreational striped bass are being released.

”Anglers who keep their catch often catch several undersized fish until they catch their limit of two legal-sized fish at least 28 inches. It is important to plan your catch-and-release efforts to ensure the fish you are not taking have the best chance of surviving.”

Please visit this link to read the full article: ProvidenceJournal.com


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