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GREEN BONITO

Posted By John Hanecak
Location: Rhode Island
While there haven’t been many reports of green bonito being caught yet, they are starting to pop up in the reports and the timing is just about right for them to show up in numbers. With all of the bait just off of the beaches this year it could be ...

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SNAPPERS

Posted By John Hanecak
Location: Rhode Island
With reports of snapper blues increasing in both size and numbers this is a great time to get out and target these fun and tasty little blues. Pretty much any freshwater rod and a selection of small tins is about all you will need to catch these fish, and when ...

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SUMMER PATTERNS

Posted By John Hanecak
Location: Rhode Island
With a cooler-than -normal spring the fishing has been a bit tough to predict this year, but as we turn the calendar to August the fish should be settled into fairly predictable patterns for the next few weeks. This should be a welcome change to fishermen as the good bites ...

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BIGEYE BONANZA

Posted By Toby Lapinski
Location: Rhode Island
This week the offshore bite was once again the talk of the town, but instead of bluefin as it had been in recent weeks it was all about bigeyes. Basically any boat that either got word of the developing bite got in on the action with many hook-ups reported and ...

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OFFSHORE GOES OFF

Posted By Toby Lapinski
Location: Rhode Island
While anglers heading towards Southwest Ledge off Block Island were treated to another week of very good striped bass fishing on large fish this week, it’s the tuna and shark and action for boats steaming a bit further east-southeast of the pork chop who were really treated to something special. ...

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JULY’S NEW MOON

Posted By John Hanecak
Location: Rhode Island
The tides around the upcoming new moon on July 12 could provide striper fishermen with the opportunity to hook into some really nice fish. For boaters the reports from around Block Island are really heating up with many 40- and 50-pound fish being caught, and for kayak and surf fishermen ...

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UNDERAPPRECIATED SCUP

Posted By John Hanecak
Location: Rhode Island
Schools of large scup have been moving inshore and taken up residence on all of, or at least most of your favorite reefs or stretches of rocky shoreline. These sometimes underappreciate fish are hard-fighting on appropriately-sized tackle and make excellent table fare. They are also usually very easy to catch ...

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BASS ON THE REEFS

Posted By John Hanecak
Location: Rhode Island
Some larger striped bass have started to move into the Watch Hill Reef complex and along the south side of Fishers Island. A number of fish in the 30- to 40-pound-class and even a 54-pounder were reported from that area this past week. The bigger fish are primarily being caught ...

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BLACK SEA BASS OPENER

Posted By John Hanecak
Location: Rhode Island
On Sunday the 24th, black sea bass fishing will open for recreational anglers with a 3 fish per person limit and a 15-inch size limit. There have been numerous reports of nice black sea bass being caught and released while fluking over the past couple of week so the fishing ...

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FINE FLUKING, FINALLY

Posted By Toby Lapinski
Location: Rhode Island
With this coming weekend’s Fluke Til Ya Puke tournament set to take over the South Shore of Rhode Island, it is fitting that this week’s fishing reports are dominated by big fluke! After starting off hot, and then going slow, the fishing has more than made up for the slow-down ...

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