October Meeting: Tuesday, Oct 17th. Doors open at 6:30p, meeting starts at 7:00p
Guest Speaker:
Club member - Richie Reich
Topic:
Everything Eels

Richard (called Richie by his friends) has fished from shore since he was six years old, fishing the east end of Long Island where he grew up, and then learned Rhode Island's waters when he moved to Narragansett 20 years ago. It's easy to say that Richie is one of the best surf fisherman in our area. He's a complete fisherman who targets not only bass and blues, but tog, fluke, sea bass, etc.  He fishes both plugs and bait and also makes some of the best "tin" lures for bass. Tonight he'll speak on everything eels and discuss the many ways eels can be fished live and dead. This is a "must attend" talk. If you have any questions on eel fishing, Richie will have the answer!

 

 

September Newsletter


Sepetember Monthly Meeting: Tuesday, 9/16/14
Location: Narragansett Community Center, Mumford Rd
Time: Doors open @ 6:30 p.m., meeting starts at 7:00.

Guest Speaker: Club member Richie Reich
Topic: His story of a 52 Pound Striper From Shore

Every angler dreams of having that fishing trip when everything comes together perfectly and you land that fish of a lifetime.  That night happened last May for Richard Reich.

Called Richie by his friends, he grew up in Flushing, NY and fished from shore since he was six years old, fishing the east end of Long Island.

Seventeen years ago he moved to Narragansett, and since he already had the basic knowledge of a surfcaster, it didn't take long before he learned where and how to fish Rhode Island's coastal shores.

He plans to tell the story of that night last May when everything came together for his fish of a lifetime.

Come and listen to this great catch story from one of our members.

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4-Man Team Challenge:  Sept 26, 27,28
The annual "4-Man Team Challenge" will start Friday 9/26 at 6:00 p.m. and end Sunday 9/28 at 8:00 a.m.
This is an inter-club catch and release Tourney based on the honor system for braggin' rights for a year. All participant names are entered into a hat and teams are then picked and posted. This a fun tourney for all members and it's free !!!

This is a catch and release tourney. If you decide to take the fish home, do not enter it, you will be disqualified! Here are the rules:

- Starts Friday @ 6:00 p.m. / ends Sunday 8:00 a.m., So all
sizes must be in by "8:00 a.m." sharp. No fish will be allowed after 8:00 a.m.

- Fishing is restricted to the area between Camp Varnum and Weekapaug Breachway.

- Maximum catch per team is (3) fish, bass or blues any combination.

- Record total length of each fish from nose to tip of tail (weight doesn't count).

- Artificial lures & plugs only, no live/dead bait allowed. Eel skin plug is accepted. No rigged eels !

- Catch and release only tourney

- All lengths must be posted on the Club web thread " 4-Man Team Challenge" or call Cliff @ 401-207-2050 by 8:00 a.m. Sunday. Leave name, Team #, cell #, size(s).  

This is on the honor system, so bring a ruler, tape, or mark your rod ahead of time with length marks. This is an honorable group...save the cheating for your taxes. Have fun.... let the games begin!!!

Note: Team members do not have to fish together.
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Coming up in October....
M/S Surf Club Challenge Tourney: October 17,18,19

“  SURF CLUB CHALLENGE “   STRIPED BASS - BLUEFISH - SURF FISHING TOURNAMENT

This TOURNAMENT the Surf Club Challenge was established in 1993. The purpose is to bring together Atlantic Coast Surf Fishing Clubs, in an effort to unite members from different clubs and regions, to meet each other, discuss fishing and conservation in their respective areas. All proceeds are donated to charity in the name of Surf Fishing.

This tourney is open to all our members. The fee is paid by the Club. More details to follow.