Plug N Play Charters

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The Big Girls Are Starting To Show Now!

5/25/09 by Corey Pietraszek

Well I apologize about the gap in reports but with the work on the boat and trying to work in the shop at the same time things have just been very busy. I guess I would have to say the fishing in the last few weeks has been nothing short of awesome. Most trips have been between fishing here at home and in Narragansett Bay which has been nice. In Rhode Island waters the best action for me has been all over Narragansett Bay with a solid push of fish moving in from the Newport Bridge north to Prudence Island. Most of the fish have been on the surface with flocks of birds on them so finding them has not been the tough part getting them to eat at times has been another issue. They seem to be keyed in on small herring that are making their way out to the ocean and can make the bass very picky at times. The fly anglers have been doing great with smaller flies and the spin anglers using small swim shads and surface plugs have done fine but some days you need to work more to get them to eat certain colors. The fish we’ve been catching in Narragansett Bay are ranging in the 25″-32″ range and when the bite is good catching 30+ fish a trip per person is not uncommon.

As far as the action closer to home in Buzzards Bay its been very good but the fish seem to moving much faster then in past seasons. This can make your job a lot harder as you find a nice push of fish one day willing to eat just about anything but a bare hook and the next day they have moved or are there but not willing to eat anything even live bait. Either way the next two weeks are going to be prime time for the bigger bass as they are starting to show up in the traditional spots and are hungry. We have taken a few fish this week at and above the 30lb mark on spinning gear and if history stays true next week is the better week for bigger fish as the June month approaches. If your looking to get into a big bass either on fly or on topwater plugs the next two weeks are a safe bet for something large. Looking forward to seeing everyone in the coming weeks and June is just about full with a few dates left open so get your request in now for dates as they are going quick.

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