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Fishing in Rhode Island
Island is known as the Ocean State, and with good reason: there are
over 400 miles of coastline. The fishing in Rhode Island is excellent
throughout from destinations such as Galilee, Jerusalem, Point
Judith, Snug Harbor, and Watch Hill.
It is also the home of Block Island, a famous destination for
striper charters. Many big striped bass in the 30 to 40 lb range
are pulled out of the waters surrounding this island every year. It is
an anglerís paradise! From the North rip to the Southwest
corner and East side. The most famous area around Block Island is
the Southwest ledge where many large striped bass congregate. Many
charter boats from both Rhode Island and Connecticut can be found
fishing the waters surrounding the island.
The inshore waters around Point Judith hold giant pods of bluefish,
false albacore, or striped bass will chase enormous schools of bait
during the summer. False albacore and bluefish will chase schools
of bait right up the Galilee channel. Saltwater Fishing for
giant blue fin tuna, marlin, and swordfish. Shark fishing usually begins
sometime in late May.
The South shore offers a variety of species. Brenton Reef and the
Newport, Narragansett Bay and shoreline fish for striped
bass and bluefish, summer flounder (fluke), atlantic bonito, false
albacore and spots with rocky bottom that hold the hard-fighting tautog
(blackfish), porgies, and sea bass.
or boat, Rhode Island is a fisherman's paradise! The diversity and
abundance of game fish found in Rhode Island waters, combined with the
ease of accessibility provides enough reason for any Angler to wet a
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