Fishing Report: October 12, 2010
Snowfly Charters had a stellar season on Block Island but all good things must come to an end. Capt. Greg has moved on as the fall migration has fired up along the southern Rhode Island coast. The False Albacore, Striped Bass, Bluefish and even Bonito have keyed in on the flood of Bay Anchovies streaming down the south shore. Snowfly will be running out of Point Judith, RI for the remainder of what is sure to be an outstanding fall run. On Sunday the 10th we managed a super New England Grand Slam! That is Abies, Stripers, Bluefish and a surprise visit by our good friend the Striped Atlantic Bonito. Columbus Day we managed Albies and Bluefish. The weather has been spectacular and the fishing will most likely follow suite as long as fair weather holds. This is your last chance to get a tight line for the Southern New England fishing season so lets get out and rip some lip!