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HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS ISSUE
Newport Fisherman's Ladders rebuilt (Page 1)
Squeteague return to Rhode Island waters (Page 1)
Fame of Local Hooker Rods spreads: rods for Wicked Tuna (Page 2)
The Watch: ASMFC approves mandatory commercial tagging of striped bass (Page 3)
No Oxygen = No Fish by Capt. Dave Monti (Page 4)
Fishing Block Island's North Rip by Capt. John Sheriff (Page 5)
76 Members Won Charter Trips This Year (Page 6)
Kayaking at Block Island & Other Adventures (Page 7)
RIDEM Police Log (Page 12)
Charities Committee: Multiple Sclerosis Society of RI (Page 14)
RI Saltwater Anglers Foundation Donors (Page 20)
RISA Foundation: Fish ladders completed (Page 21)
Bluefin tuna has satellite tag with local history by Brian Droney (Page 22)
September Seminar (Page 24)
October Seminar (Page 25)
Charter Report: On The Rocks Charters (Page 29)
Charter Report: Snappa Charters (Page 30)
Charter Report: Capt. Sheriff's Fishing Charters (Page 31)
Classifieds (Page 34)
Charter Report: White Ghost Charters (Page 35)
Charter Report: Heffernan Charters (Page 36)
Charter Report: Stuff It Charters (Page 37)
Charter Report: T-Man Charters (Page 38)
Photo Contest Entries (Page 48)
RISAA Members Boater's List (Pages 51-52)
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