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Posted By John Hanecak, October 30, 2017
When the boats have been able to sail to the cod grounds lately the fish have been cooperative and large. Expect to see plenty of black sea bass mixed-in with them, too. (Photo courtesy of the Frances Fleet)
 November often signals the end of “fishing season” for many or Rhode Island’s anglers, but there are plenty of opportunities to get out and put a bend in the rod. Fishing along the beaches will likely continue to produce good numbers of small striped bass right through the end of the month, and if we are lucky to see herring move in along the beaches you might even see some of the best surfcasting of the season happen this month. Most recreational boaters have pulled their boats, but the charter and party boats will be fishing for tautog, black sea bass, scup and cod well into the winter months. November is also a great month for a little freshwater fishing with pike, trout, carp, bass and panfish all still quite active.
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