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    The Best Fishing Charters in Rhode Island.

We have here some expert fishing guides providing trips in Rhode Island Waters for a variety of Species.

If you're vacationing or visiting Rhode Island during the summer than consider an exciting fishing charter with a professional captain such as the ones on our list here.  There are many fun types of fish to catch in Rhode Island's state waters from the beautiful striped bass to the ugly but great-eating tautog.  Huge amounts of bait migrate to the area around Block Island bringing large numbers of predators that makes for great times during the fishing season here.

Sport fishing is the number 4 pastime in the USA.  Fathers and sons, longtime friends and whole families participate in fishing every year, spending time together doing something they like that brings a lot of satisfaction.  Just spending time on the water is a great way to free yourself from the stresses of everyday life.  For some there is an irresistible call of the sea that brings them out again and again.

Below we are showing the expert guides with a little info on each and a link to their websites.  Please take a moment to read about them.

Adventure Charters   Captain Chris Bell has been chartering from Jims Dock for 12 years and has a proven record of success for catching fish.  Captain Chris uses light tackle and a scientific process in his approach and makes many of the rigs and lures used on the boat to catch fish.  One of the most important points in fishing is to recognize what is working and why its working, and Chris is always on top of this, using whatever plug, lure, or technique that will produce the best results.  Check out the past fishing reports and pictures on the website and you'll see the success for yourself.  The Adventure is a 35' Henrique vessel with a huge cockpit area for fishing.

Aces Wild Charters  Captain Earl Bell has been fishing for over 40 years.  He has a lot of instinct for catching fish, noting what they will hit and why, resulting in many successful trips during the fishing season.  Captain Earl is a light tackle fisherman, avoiding wire line whenever possible.

Drifter Too Sportfishing  Captain Richard Chatowsky has been fishing Block Island Sound for 47 years, starting out on a 13' Boston whaler through many different boats until the current 36' Harris sportfish that he restored to mint condition.  You can't go wrong with Captain Dick, he will catch fish for you.

Snowfly Charters   Captain Greg Snow has fished all over the world and is a light tackle and fly fishing expert guide who knows Block Island Waters very well.  Few anglers can cast a fly farther than Greg, he has been known to put a fly out 110 feet from the boat, farther than some people can cast a spinning outfit.  Aside from his own skills, Greg is also very good at catching fish and patiently teaching people the techniques for success.  Snowfly uses a 23' Seacraft center console fishing boat

The Drifter Sportfishing Charters  Captain Richard Chatowsky junior has been fishing for many years and is a professional captain well able to put you on the fish of your choice. 

Heffernan Fishing Charters  Captain Bill Heffernan has been fishing since 1994, with 18 years of experience.  Captain Bill sails out of Lockwood Marina in East Matunuck, RI, very close to the Block Island Striper grounds.

Below are some articles on fishing that you may find very useful.

Basics for Saltwater Bass Fishing       Wireline Trolling Techniques     Flounder Fishing Tips    Terminal Tackle Blues

Bass Fishing with Plugs and Soft Plastics    Sailfishing Trip with Craig Brewer    Block Island North Rip Fishing

Saltwater Bass Behavior and Habits    Drift Fishing Techniques    Carp Fishing Baits and Carp Senses

What is a Striper Fishing Charter Like?    Big Giant Stripers    Big Baits, Big Bass



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