Up the tide, down the tide, all season long, Rhode Island's south shore holds the possibility of trophy fish. But with twenty miles of oceanfront, much of it distinguishable only in its sameness, where should one begin? Which tide and time of year is best? What wind direction? Fortunately, one can never be one hundred percent sure. For most fishermen, finding the fish is almost as rewarding as reeling them in. One thing one can be sure of however, given the lack of structure, these fish will be on the move most of the time.
Joe Lyons of Surfcasting Rhode Island does occasionally guide Surf Fishing trips, call him at his surf fishing tackle store.


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