Check out the many popular destinations listed below.
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Newport Harbor. Newport Harbor is a popular destination for
many people during the summer months in RI.
Patience Island. This island is a wildlife sanctuary.
The channel in between this island and Prudence is a popular
recreational destination. The area is protected and you can anchor
close to the beach. some people camp on the island.
Prudence Island. fishing spots of Johnson's ledge, Pine
Hill Cove, the dock at the south end, Tom's rock on the east side, and
Greenwich Bay. Early season there is often fish chasing bait
in this little bay.
Rock. Both stripers, blues and tautog can be found in the
water near this rock as their are many large boulders on the bottom in
that area where the fish play hide-and-seek with baitfish coming out of
Green River. Be careful near low tide, this rock sticks up high
enough to hit with your boat. Look for the turbulence in the water
Rumstick Rock. Holds many Tautog on the rocky bottom
near this pinnacle. Be careful when approaching it. There is
rocky bottom there and you need to anchor over the rocky bottom to catch
Popasquash Point. The western shoreline along Popasquash
can hold many nice stripers during the spring and early summer.
Island. The flat on the northwestern side of the island can
hold stripers on an incoming tide. Plugs and soft plastic baits
can be used here.
Warwick Neck. There are many rocks along the shoreline that
can hold stripers laying in wait to ambush bait. Be careful when
approaching the rocks, there are some you may not see. Cast right
into the rocks with plugs.
Conimicut Point. The deep drop off and the sandbar are areas
to fish, but only when the tide is moving.
Providence River. In the early season menhaden can be up here
in large numbers with stripers chasing them around as they feed.
Chunking the menhaden along the bottom is a popular fishing method.
Warwick Cove Marina
2 Seminole Street
Warwick, RI 02886