Rhode Island Coastal

Tip of the week 

This is my last report for the 2014 season.

Seven-day forecast 

I'll be back with reports in May of 2015. Until then tight lines.


This is the Rhode Island coastal fishing report
November 24, 2014..
This will be my last report for the 2014 fishing season. I would like to take a moment to thank all those who follow my reports. I hope you found them informative.
This past week, extreme cold weather and heavy winds, had the small craft flags flying. Leaving most boats at the dock, with shore anglers battling strong winds and heavy surf. Reports have been scarce. There have been sightings of birds feeding heavily, a distance of the beach. But I have no solid reports of striper activity. The best opportunity to find fish would be along the Narragansett shoreline at the mouth of the Narrow river. Also look around the entrance to the salt ponds. For me it is time to take the boat in for service, and clean and store all tackle for the coming season 2015. I will back, with reports in May of 2015. I would like to thank those of you who booked charters with me, and I hope you enjoyed fishing in Rhode Island. To all my the return clients, thank you for your loyalty and hope we can hook up again soon. Until then tight lines.
Captain Rene Letourneau

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