On The Rocks Charters
164 Evergreen St
Pawtucket, RI 02861
Charter with me and I'll show you my Favorite
Striper spots on Narragansett Bay.
Narragansett Bay fishing
charters during the RI summer have great fly and light tackle action for stripers.
Book an exciting Spring charter for Light Tackle Fly Fishing on
Narragansett Bay for Striped Bass.
Narragansett Bay, Newport, Point Judith and Watch
RI fishing starts in late April early May. Spring brings baitfish
to Rhode Island for Narragansett Bay's many rivers and estuaries. You know that the Stripers are not far behind.
Narragansett Bay's rocky shoreline offers many ambush points for the
Stripers to hold, waiting for the dinner bell. They are
opportunistic feeders and they never miss the chance for an easy
meal. During this time with warming water temps they feed
around the clock. Narragansett Bay often explodes with feeding
fish on the surface, within easy casting distance of a fly fishing
The experienced fly fisherman can usually find Stripers chasing schools
of bait, or holding on structure throughout the day. Schoolies are
abundant on Narragansett Bay feeding on Silversides, CinderWorms, and Grass
As spring draws to and end, the warmer days of summer
move the Stripers to deeper water by day, feeding early morning
and evenings. Then the Blue fish arrive. The feeding frenzy begins. Bluefish up to 10lbs. Take over Narragansett Bay. This is a great
time for light tackle enthusiast. There is nothing sweeter than
the sound of a singing drag,
For those who want to target Stripers, Newport's many
reefs and Rocky shorelines with deeper cooler water, presents the
opportunity for the light tackle enthusiast to land that trophy
bass. There are other areas such as Narragansett County with its rocky shoreline,
Point Judith and Watch Hill are only minutes away. Fly
fishing the Watch Hill reefs can be quite an experience.
Summer in Rhode Island offers a variety of species to target with
fly rod and light tackle on Narragansett Bay.
The best is yet to come
HARD TAILS!! Bonito, False Albacore, Skip
Jack Tuna. For light tackle these are by far the
most challenging. There are no guaranties here. For those who hookup
it brings the experience of a life time. This season starts in mid to late July through late October
or early November.
The light tackle enthusiast has a chance, on any given day, to catch
Striper, Bluefish and a Hard Tail species all in one day.
All this fishing available in one state: Rhode Island.
Fall in Rhode Island is my favorite time of the year
for fly fishing.
Although it is not a good time to be a baitfish in Rhode Island. Acres and acres of small Bay Anchovie, being schooled up, ready
for slaughter. The word CARNAGE comes to mind. Big fat hungry bass
slurping around the surface on Narragansett Bay.
False Albacore slashing through the middle of acres of Anchovies.
You have to see it to believe it!!!!
Let me show you my favorite places
.Lets HOOK UP.. Tight
Come to Rhode Island for a fishing trip. You'll be glad you did.
I am a
Narragansett Bay Fly Fishing and Light Tackle Charter Specialist.
Capt. Rene L Letourneau
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Capt Rene Letourneau
On The Rocks Charters
Nice Bass caught
light tackle Narragansett Bay.
Beautiful 36" Sea Trout
fishing on Narragansett Bay.
Striper caught Narragansett Bay at Newport.
Beautiful Striper fly fishing Rhode Island.
Green Bonita Caught fishing
on Narragansett Bay.
Albie Blitz Bay anchovies