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November, 2018


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HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS ISSUE
  • RISAA Board Opposes Opening of Block Island EEZ (Page 1)
  • President's Message: A Poacher's Greed! (Page 2)
  • The Watch: Research needed before EEZ opens for striped bass (Page 3)
  • Welcome New Members (Page 4)
  • Kayak Committee: October Kayak Fishing Outing and Picnic (Page 5)
  • 2019 Annual Banquet Announced (Page 6)
  • Recreational Lawbreakers by Charles Witek (Page 7)
  • ASMFC Species Profile: Winter Flounder (Page 8)
  • DEM Enforcement: Fisherman Cited For Exceeding Tautog Catch Limit (Page 9)
  • Shop through AmazonSmile and donate to RISA Foundation (Page 9)
  • RISA Foundation Donors (Page 10)
  • RISA Foundation: Saugatucket River Fish Passage Work Completed (Page 11)
  • Charities Committee: ALS Association, RI Chapter (Page 13)
  • A Calm Day On The Water Can Turn Dangerous Fast! by Capt. Robb Roach (Page 16)
  • Striped Bass Management: When Will We Ever Learn" by Tony Friedrich (Page 16)
  • Tournaments Committee: Special Tournaments Done, But Still Time to Fish (Page 17)
  • Yearlong Tournament Standings (Page 18)
  • RISAA Tounaments Hall of Fame (Page 19)
  • November Seminar (Page 20)
  • December Seminar (Page 21)
  • Meeting Door Prize Winners (Page 22)
  • Directions to RISAA Seminar (Page 22)
  • RISAA Member News (Page 24)
  • Charter Trip Report: Flippin' Out Charters (Page 28)
  • Charter Trip Report: Here We Go Again Charters (Page 29)
  • RI Saltwater Fishing License Plate Order Form (Page 35)
  • Member Fishing Photos (Page 37)
  • Political Action Committee donors (Page 40)
  • Affiliated Organizations (Page 41)
  • Member-2-Member listings (Pages 42-44)
  • Who's Who in RISAA: Contact us (Page 45)
  • Rec Fishing Regulations for CT/MA/RI/NY (Page 46)
  • RISAA Membership Application (Page 47)

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