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Snowfly Charters

25 Cady St. Coventry RI 02816
and 
Block Island RI 02807

 

401-439-0953
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We Fish the following areas
Block Island, RI
Narragansett Bay

Watch Hill, RI

Montauk, NY
Fishers Island, NY    Newport, RI            Cape Cod Bay, MA

Snowfly Light Tackle & Fly Fishing Charters

 Block Island, Watch Hill, Newport, Montauk, Narragansett, Cape Cod Bay and Southern Rhode Island's Premier Light Tackle & Fly Fishing Guide Service.

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Block Island, Watch Hill, Newport, Narragansett, Cape Cod Bay, Montauk and Fishers Island Fly Fishing and Light Tackle Charter Guides in Rhode Island.

 

RI Captains Greg Snow and John Tondra are a light tackle and Fly Fishing charter guide service on  Block Island, Watch Hill, Newport, Narragansett, Cape Cod Bay, in Rhode Island.  Also Montauk Point and Fishers Island in New York.

 

If you are looking for the finest fly and light tackle fishing in Rhode Island then look no farther.  Capt. Greg Snow and Capt. John Tondra  would be honored to guide you on a fishing adventure of a lifetime.  Some of the most fertile and pristine coastline anywhere along the eastern  seaboard consists of the islands, bays and beaches of Rhode Island.    

              We follow the fish..
 

   Snowfly Charters will run trips from all points off Block Island, the mainland Rhode Island and over to Montauk Point during the fall run (Sept & Oct).  We will also run out of Cape Cod Bay for Bluefin Tuna.  We start taking charters in May as the annual migration of Striped Bass makes its way up to Narragansett Bay and Block Island.  Watch Hill Reef is also getting thick with squid at this time.  For those that are not familiar with fishing Block Island you are in for a real treat.  Some of the most beautiful  and uncrowded waters in southern New England surround the island.  The island is known for it's BIG striped bass.  The state record striper of 71 pounds caught on the south side of Block Island in 1980 was crushed with a 75 pound fish in August of 08'.  Most  Striped Bass are caught on surface flies and plugs. There is nothing like being witness to a monster Striped Bass blasting an artificial right in front of you!  There are always marauding, behemoth  bluefish to be had around Block island.  Bluefish will destroy topwater plugs with reckless abandon as well as jump and pull like the insane fish that they are. The Striped Bass get all the attention but Bluefish are a much better game fish and pound for pound one of the best in the world. Block Island is one of the premier points of departure for hunting Bluefin tuna and sharks.  5 to 15 miles off BI is all you have to travel to the tuna/shark fishing grounds.  Bonito and false albacore will generally show up in mid August and provide some of best light tackle fishing an angler can have.  I will also make runs in the fall to fish Montauk, the "Race" at fishers Island, Watch Hill, and Point Judith, Rhode Island.  Please contact me with any questions about customizing a trip.

Come fish RI's  Block Island, Newport, Narragansett, Cape Cod Bay on either our 23' Sea Craft or 23' Jones Bros. Also Watch Hill, Fishers Island and Montauk, NY

Site Last Updated Sept 13, 2014


 


Montauk Albie Video 
 


Will's Cow....



Earl with a nice Light Tackle Bluefin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Latest Fishing Report

Sept 13, 2014 

     It's been a good season thus far for Snowfly Charters.   Capitains John & Greg are excited for what lies ahead for the fall run as massive schools of bait ranging from Bay Anchovies to Baby Bunker and even Mullet are spilling out of the local bays and rivers.   All the old timers and seasoned guides are going on saying that this is the most bait in more varieties than they've seen in decades.  What does this mean other than we have lots of food for predators? Not much but it's exciting know what is possable.  After a quiet fall run in 2013 we are waiting with uncertainty as it pertains to how many and what species of gamefish will be pushing into Southern New England over the next few weeks.  False albacore have been making regular appearances along the south shore and Block Island.  Striped Bass are still in good numbers on the Block and along the reefs of Watch Hill.  Capt. John will be moving his operation over to Montauk by Sept 16.  Capt. Greg will be running out of all points from Point Judith to Watch Hill.  We will be booking well into October so lets get you out and on some fish as the 2014 season starts to wind down. 

Until next time,  Screaming reels & ripping tides!

 Capt. Greg Snow
 Capt. John Tondra

  

 

 

Dean and Brian saw massive Bass.
 


Stripers ripping it up at  the N. Rip.

 

Doug's 40 pounder.

 

 

Good times with Robert and his Pop at the RedBone in Montauk,NY.

 

 

Pete is proud of this fat girl...

 

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