Saltwater Edge Fly Box - Ray's Fly The Ray's Fly is a Rhody Classic. It is the perfect fly when smaller bait is present, when stripers are holding in current and when silversides are tight to the marsh grass in the spring. Swap the olive for...

November Surf Fishing Forecast by Dennis Zambrotta In the beginning of November game fish migration is still in full force but will begin to wane towards the middle of the month. Many surfcasters will then travel the Rhode Island’s South County shores to see more consistent action. Schools...

[caption id="attachment_2319" align="aligncenter" width="598"] Photo Courtesy of Captain Ryan Gluek[/caption] The incessant winds have been the biggest challenge these past couple weeks. While we have avoided major storms the wind seems to have been +15 most days. Those who get out find that school stripers and...

Newport is recognized as one of the sailing capital's of the world. As a result every fall we get requests from sailors who are headed to the Caribbean to provide a rig for trolling at sailing speed. Storing rods and reels and stopping the boat...

Hopefully How to Choose a Saltwater Fishing Line may have helped you, and in case you're now wondering "which fishing knots should I use?" this will hopefully be of help. If you ask any fisherman (or fisherwoman) what their favorite knots are, you'll hear many repeated...

The weather has stayed warm and the seasonal storms have been few; but nonetheless the days are getting shorter, the nights are getting cooler and there's playoff baseball on tv. All of these factors add to the anticipation of surfcasting the Fall Run. In the shop...

The stretch of calm seas and winds this past weekend opened the ideal window for a run out to the Canyons. Fully prepared by thursday with a worthy crew, we tossed the dock lines 6am Friday morning. We were gliding over the pond at 29...

Surf Fishing Forecast for October By October the game fish migration is in full force.  The local population of bass and blues that has summered in the Newport area has left and various schools of fish that summered to our north will now swim by our...

[caption id="attachment_2090" align="aligncenter" width="248"] "Find the bait and find the fish"[/caption] Starting late August or early September we start to see small schools of young on the year bait in Newport. As the fall progresses these schools become larger and by early October are often described...

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