Saltwater Edge Fishing Report - Off to a Great Start As we enter the last half of June and despite a chilly start and epic rain it is fair to say the saltwater fishing scene in Southern New England is off to a great start. The annual...

Saltwater Edge/Van Staal Surf Shootout Additional Details Here is the original announcement for the The Saltwater Edge/Van Staal Surf Shootout These are the additional details: Awards Breakfast will be at 8 am to accommodate low tide at Castle Hill at 714 am. Top Fish wins a pair of Van...

2013 Surf Shootout - June 15, 2013 Last year we partnered with Van Staal and developed a catch and release tournament here on Aquidneck Island.  We had a good turn out and great time. Kevin Johnson won with a 45.5 inch bass [caption id="attachment_1502" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Kevin...

[caption id="attachment_1468" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Nice flats fish[/caption] Like the old Burger King ad "have it your way" on the wire troll, on a topwater or on the long wand. Aquidneck Island, the Upper Bay and the Canal have been producing. We had a surf caught 50...

Saltwater Edge Fishing Report 5.18.13 [caption id="attachment_1449" align="aligncenter" width="461"] Boys, we got a shot at a great day!Image kindness of eastcoastchartersri.com[/caption] Go fishing! Most would agree we have had a "colder" May than we are used to; but here we are like most every other mid May...

Saltwater Edge Fishing Report 5.8.13 Don't know that you could ask for much more. Saltwater fishing across Southern New England is good and likely to get better. With the moon tides we would expect bigger bass to fill in along with  squid. The healthy numbers of...

Saltwater Edge Fishing Report: 5/3/13 It seemed like a long time coming; but the action is picking up on all fronts and locations. As you would expect stripers and tautog are available in their usual early season haunts.  Especially in the past few days the 'tog...

Saltwater Edge Fishing Report: April 26,2013 Over the last 48 hours the schoolie fishing has turned on across the Southern New England region. Many have been frustrated with the "long" (and some would argue closer normal) transition into spring. In any event the breeze is steady...

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