25 Cady St. Coventry RI 02816
Watch Hill, RI
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.
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
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,
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.
Sept 14, 2013.
It has been a slow start to the False Albacore season here in Southern New England. It is now official that these awesome little tunoids have invaded our waters and are being caught on a regular basis now. The Albies have taken up residence at their usual haunts during the usual tides. We hope that they stick around long enough for all of us to get our shots at what I consider the most addictive, exciting and of course frustrating fish to catch on fly or light tackle in our local waters. The last two weeks in Sept and first two weeks of Oct are usually prime for the Alberts. I will trailer the 23' Seacraft anywhere in Southern RI but concentrate on the Watch Hill area and also run to Montauk Point for Full days. Capt. John has relocated to Montauk Point so for anyone wanting to fish out of that area please let us know.
Until next time, Screaming reels & ripping tides!
Capt. Greg Snow
and Brian saw massive Bass.
Doug's 40 pounder.
Good times with Robert and his Pop at the 2011 RedBone in Montauk,NY.
Pete is proud of this fat girl...
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