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Rhode Island has 400 miles of rocky coastline, making it a mecca for sportfishermen. From Narragansett Bay to Block Island and Newport you can enjoy catching a variety of fish. Book with M14273 and experience the great fishing this state has to offer. Bring the family and enjoy a day you will all remember fondly. We really enjoy taking people out fishing and showing them a good time. We have enjoyed fishing in Rhode Island for over 10 years.
We have fished Narragansett Bay and Block Island sound for many years, first as recreational, then as commercial rod and reel fisherman. We would often return from a day's trip, put our fish up on the dock, and have people ask us if we would take them out on a charter. Well, after being asked enough times we decided to do it, and found we like it.
Captain Chris Bell - Coast Guard licensed and approved - Captain Chris started fishing when he was very young, in Florida. His dad, Earl, would take him out fishing with him, and Chris would take all the tackle out of the box and put it on the floor. Soon there would be sinkers rolling around underfoot (oh boy!). After a long while, he finally got the hang of it and started to catch fish. Chris has been fishing RI waters for 10 years and has an intuitive feel for areas which will hold fish and the best time for fishing.
1st Mate Earl G. Bell - This is my dad. He has been fishing for over 40 years, starting on headboats in NY, paying about $5.00 to go out on a trip. He spent many years fishing in Florida, catching snook, kingfish, wahoo, sharks, sailfish, bonito, etc. from his 23' chris craft boat. Moving to RI in 1973, he bought a wooden boat here and proceeded to fish Narragansett bay and Block Island.