Point Judith Fishing Charters

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Top Fishing Charters in Point Judith

Point Judith: 14 fishing charters available

JL Charters
JL Charters

Narragansett • 31 ft • 6 persons

JL Charters is located in Narragansett and offers to show you a memorable time in these waters.

"Captain John Lee and First Mate Chris were great. They put us on the fish and worked nonstop to maximize our chances to catch different species which we did." —⁠ John,
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trips fromUS $575
Reel To Reel Sportfishing Llc
Reel To Reel Sportfishing Llc

Narragansett • 40 ft • 6 persons

Reel To Reel Sportfishing invites you on an unforgettable fishing adventure in the prime fishing grounds off of Block Island, Rhode Island.

"My family had a blast with Capt. Scott and mate Chris. Both gentlemen were very friendly and super knowledgeable." —⁠ Andrew,
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trips fromUS $675
Days Work Charters
Days Work Charters

South Kingstown • 36 ft • 5 persons

Join us on DAYS WORK to get a true New England fishing Experience!

"Fantastic day of fishing with friends and crew of Days Work!" —⁠ Casey,
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trips fromUS $700
Rogue Charter
Rogue Charter

Narragansett • 23 ft • 3 persons

Rogue Charter is located in Narragansett and offers to show you a memorable time in these waters.

"Captain Diego put us on the stripers right from the start. We landed a nice one at about 25 pounds almost immediately on a flutter spoon." —⁠ William,
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trips fromUS $500
Spearit Charters – Rhode Island
Spearit Charters – Rhode Island

Narragansett • 38 ft • 6 persons

SpearIt Charters is Rhode Island's Premier fishing charter. Our vessel is a libby 38, with a 450 hp cummins engine.

"Awesome experience…Dave (captain) and Mick were great hosts." —⁠ Robert,
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trips fromUS $1,000
Drifter Too Charters
Drifter Too Charters

Narragansett • 36 ft • 6 persons

Drifter Too Chartres strives to keep people happy by introducing them to the finest species Rhode Island has to offer.

"Luck of the draw…our charter just happened to coincide with dead low tide, which seriously affects the fishing but Captain Dick, with 55 years of charter experience and knowledge took us to where he knew we might find fish and we did!" —⁠ Mark,
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trips fromUS $610
Angler Management Fishing Charters
Angler Management Fishing Charters

Narragansett • 32 ft • 6 persons

Book your next trip with Angler Management Fishing Charters and find out what the fishing in Narragansett is all about.

"The whole crew had a blast and caught fish all day. Great trip with a great captain and crew." —⁠ Mike,
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trips fromUS $750
Blitzen36 Bluefin Charters
Blitzen36 Bluefin Charters

South Kingstown • 36 ft • 4 persons

If you're looking to catch and release a giant Bluefin Tuna and have the ultimate thrill of a lifetime, consider chartering F/V Blitzen.
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trips fromUS $2,800
Northeast Anglers
Northeast Anglers

Narragansett • 23 ft • 3 persons

Northeast Anglers is a fly fishing and light tackle guide service based out of West Bay, Rhode Island.

"Captain Paul is very knowledgeable.  And a great fishing companion." —⁠ Bill, CT
trips fromUS $500
Mako 2 Charters
Mako 2 Charters

Narragansett • 43 ft • 10 persons

Mako 2 Charters is your ticket to the stunning waters of Narragansett.

"Kids had a great time! We caught a lot of fish! Captain and Mate were both very friendly and helpful especially since we were all novice fishermen and had 4 kids 10 and under." —⁠ David,
trips fromUS $685
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fishing Charters in Point Judith

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Fishing in Point Judith

For your next vacation, plan a trip to Rhode Island. It would be remiss to visit the Ocean State and not head down to Point Judith, just past Narragansett Bay. There are plenty of Point Judith fishing charters to keep you and the whole family busy! You can stay close to  shore and still catch plenty of fish, and even have the chance to go after the Grand Slam if you catch Striped Bass, Bluefish, Bonito, and Little Tunny all in one day!

Point Judith Fishing Spots

Point Judith is a small fishing village where you can target Butterfish, Mackerel, Summer Flounder, Black Seabass, Monkfish, Herring, and plenty more, all within the port itself. Bluefish and False Albacore can be found heading up the Galilee Channel, and Block Island is great for fishing for Tuna.

Center Wall

For excellent fishing throughout the season, you’ll want to head toward the Center Wall. The wall is just under 7,000 feet long. This is where you’ll find a range of species – schools of Bass, a Herring run, Fluke, Scup, Bluefish, Bonito, and False Albacore all make an appearance throughout the season.

Your captain will advise which technique you can use in each area around the wall. Some parts are better for jigging than trolling. Keep a safe distance from the wall, as the waves can get pretty high and dangerous.

East Wall

The East Wall is roughly 1,200 feet long and home to Scup, Striped Bass, and Bluefish. You’ll need to have your fishfinder on to avoid the Lobster pots under the surface. Only when the weather is calm will you want to troll the East Wall.

West Wall

The West Wall is part of the Harbor of Refuge and measures 1,500 feet in length. Night time fishing for Striped Bass is popular here. Fishing charters here will often follow the trails of commercial boats, and be able to hook Fluke, Bluefish, Albacore, and Scup.

The Rocks

The Rocks at Point Judith are good to troll – there are less lobster pots under the surface here. You’ll be able to catch Striped Bass in depths of 20 feet. Keep an eye on your navigational electronics for the rock structures on the bottom.

Block Island

When heading out of Point Judith, chances are you’re going to Block Island, a short 8-mile ride out. Around the tear-shaped island are plenty of hotspots, such as Dories Cove, Gracies Cove, Old Harbor Point, Cod Ledge, and more. Each spot offers different species, giving you the chance to reel in Winter Cof, Fluke, Pollock, Bass, Bluefish, Tautog, Tuna, and more.

Fishing Tips

  • The best time to fish in and around Point Judith is between 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.

  • When catching Tautog in the fall, use crab as bait for excellent results. For Bluefish and Striped Bass, fresh bait such as eels works well.

  • A 9’ medium action rod with a 15–20 lb test line is the best combo for fishing in Point Judith.

Need to Know

When the water temperature is over 70°F (usually between July and August,) you’re likely to see Finback Whales on your fishing charter. If you’re lucky, you might also see Humpback, Pilot, False Killer, and Minke whales.

Point Judith currently holds the state record for King Mackerel, weighing in at 12 lb 3 oz with a length of 40 inches.

Regulations

You’ll need to buy a saltwater fishing license before your trip begins, as well as an additional license if targeting shellfish. Please note that visitors cannot harvest Lobster from the water. Targeting Winter Flounder is also prohibited.

Budget

A nearshore trip will cost six people anywhere between $700–850. Going further offshore for Tuna and Shark will be a longer journey (around 10 hours) and costs $1,500 for six people.

Getting there

Fly into T.F. Green Airport and head south on the U.S-1 N for half an hour to get to Point Judith.

It’s time to book a Point Judith fishing charter today. You can stay close to shore and still catch some fantastic fish.

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Point Judith Fishing Seasons

January

Wrap up warm, as temperatures can drop to 21°F this month. Anglers willing to fish in the cold will head out for Cod now.

February

Cod fishing continues with the cold weather, with lows of 23°F. There are limited ferries to Block Island now.

March

Join in with the St. Patrick’s Day celebrations – there’s plenty of activities for the whole family to join in.

 
April

Fishing is slowly starting to heat up as the tourist season is getting ready to open. Cod and Pollock are good this month.

May

Watch the WaterFire events around town. They usually start in May and continue once every two weeks until the fall.

June

Fishing is in full swing. Watch the Rhode Island Wrestling Association “Battle on the Beach” at Narragansett Beach.

July

To go along with the great fishing, watch the annual “Blessing of the Fleet Weekend” in Narragansett.

August

Kings Beach is great for spearfishing this month. On the West Wall you can catch your fill of Bonito.

 
September

September is a great month for False Albacore and Seabass. Temperatures will reach a maximum of 70°F.

October

Fishing in the fall starts to slow down. However, Tautog now comes into its own and is great to fish this month.

November

Continue fishing for Tautog and celebrate Thanksgiving with the locals. Temperatures start to drop, so dress appropriately. 

December

Fishing dies down in December, but you can still catch Cod and Pollock. Temperatures drop to 26°F.

Point Judith Fishing Calendar

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What anglers said about fishing in Point Judith

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Top Types of Fishing in Point Judith

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Top Fishing Techniques in Point Judith

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Top Targeted Species in Point Judith

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