Reminder – Fishing Meeting & Cookout

Last Cookout Meeting of the season!!!!!Rhody Fly 

Tuesday, September 26th.
on the Narrow River.
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Route 1A, Sprague Bridge, just North of Narragansett Beach.

 
WE WILL NEED A GRILL!!! Armand won’t be able to supply his grill, so we have to make sure we have one! If anyone has a small gas grill, please consider bring it!
 
 
The next Rhody Cookout / Fishing meeting is this coming Tuesday, Sept.26th at 
Sprague Bridge, on the Narrow River.
 
Big Shad and bass…lot’s of fun! Don’t miss out on our last fishing outing!
 
Get there when you want, (high tide is around 1:00 pm on the bay) we will be fishing the outgoing tide…. 
We will fish first…then we will start the cookout portion around 4:30 PM, then finish up fishing till dark.
 
Please bring a portable gas stove if you have one…it’s easy if we have more than one to accommodate the ‘hunger’ of our members!  Bring a chair if you need one.
 
Please bring your own ‘dogs’ sausage, burgers, etc, and maybe a few buns and we’ll 
cook them up for you. 
 
If you can’t bring anything, we probably will have extra food, but then again, no promises…… 
 
Don’t bring any extra chips, as I will have chips (but If you want something special bring’em) , 
I’ll have bottled water, and condiments, for all. Bring your own soda if you don’t want water.
 
Hopefully the ‘Onion’ man will see this email and ‘slice up a few’!
 
 
See you then.
 
Tight lines!
 
Peter Nilsen
President / Newsletter Editor
Rhody Fly Rodders
‘America’s Oldest Saltwater Fly Fishing Club’ 
75 Massasoit Ave.
Barrington, RI 02806
Home – 401-245-7172
Cell – 401-633-5329
 

September Fly Fishing Meeting & Cookout

REMINDER –
Rhody Fly Fishing Meeting & Cookout
Tuesday, September 12th.
on the Narrow River.
Route 1A, Sprague Bridge, just North of Narragansett Beach.

The next Rhody Cookout / Fishing meeting is this coming Tuesday, Sept.12th at
Sprague Bridge, on the Narrow River.

Get there when you want, (high tide is around 1:15 pm on the bay) we will be fishing the outgoing tide….
We will fish first…then we will start the cookout portion around 5:00 PM, then finish up fishing till dark.

Please bring a portable gas stove if you have one…it’s easy if we have more than one to accommodate the ‘hunger’ of our members! Bring a chair if you need one.

Please bring your own ‘dogs’ sausage, burgers, etc, and maybe a few buns and we’ll
cook them up for you.

If you can’t bring anything, we probably will have extra food, but then again, no promises……

Don’t bring any extra chips, as I will have chips (but If you want something special bring’em) ,
I’ll have bottled water, and condiments, for all. Bring your own soda if you don’t want water.

Hopefully the ‘Onion’ man will see this email and ‘slice up a few’!

See you then.

Tight lines!

Peter Nilsen
President / Newsletter Editor
Rhody Fly Rodders
‘America’s Oldest Saltwater Fly Fishing Club’
75 Massasoit Ave.
Barrington, RI 02806
Home – 401-245-7172
Cell – 401-633-5329
pdfish@fullchannel.net

REMINDER –  Rhody Fly Fishing Meeting & Cookout 

Rhody Fly Fishing Meeting & Cookout 

Wednesday, August 16th.

at Quonocontaug (Quonny)

Route 1 South (Boston Post Road), Exit West Beach Rd,, Follow to end.

 
 
The next Rhody Cookout/Fishing meeting is this Wed., Aug. 16th.at Quonny!
Get there when you want, (high tide is around 3:40pm) we will be fishing the outgoing tide….
We will fish first…then we will start the cookout portion around 5:00 PM!
 
Please bring a portable gas stove if you have one…it’s easy if we have more than one to accommodate the ‘hunger’ of our members!  Bring a chair if you need one.
 
Please bring your own ‘dogs’ sausage, burgers, etc, and maybe a few buns and we’ll 
cook them up for you.  
We probably will have extra food, if you can’t bring anything, but then again…… 
 
Don’t bring any extra chips, as I will have chips (but If you want something special bring’em) ,
I’ll have bottled water, and condiments, for all. Bring your own soda if you don’t want water.
 
Hopefully the ‘Onion’ man will see this email and ‘slice up a few’!
 
 
See you then.
 
Tight lines!
 
Peter Nilsen
President / Newsletter Editor
Rhody Fly Rodders
‘America’s Oldest Saltwater Fly Fishing Club’ 
75 Massasoit Ave.
Barrington, RI 02806
Home – 401-245-7172
Cell – 401-633-5329

REMINDER AND LOCATION CHANGE

Fly Fishing Meeting & Cookout Tuesday, July 18th
at Goddard Park (boat ramp) instead of beach area.
We think that the beach traffic and parking will be too congested at the beach area, so we will setup at the boat ramp and then fish where ever we want. 
 
Get there when you want, (high tide is around 4pm) we will be fishing the outgoing tide…. then will start the cookout portion around 5:00 PM!
 
Please bring a portable gas stove if you have one…it’s easy if we have more than one to accommodate the ‘hunger’ of our members! 
Bring a chair if you need one.
 
Bring your ‘dogs’ sausage, burgers, etc, and a few buns. I will have bottled water, condiments, & chips for all. 
 
Hopefully the ‘Onion’ man will see this email and ‘slice up a few’!
 
 
See you then.
 
Tight lines!
 
Peter Nilsen
President / Newsletter Editor
Rhody Fly Rodders
‘America’s Oldest Saltwater Fly Fishing Club’ 

June Fishing / Cookout meeting

REMINDER!

The Rhody Fly Rodders,’ June Fishing / Cookout meeting, is this Thursday, June 8th.

It will be held at Ninigret Park, in Charlestown, at the Airstrip near ‘Grassy Bank’.

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Get there when you want (suggest 3:00-3:30), you will be fishing the in coming tide (high tide around 5:15 on the ocean front)…. we will start the cookout portion around 5:00 PM, unless we’re heavy into fish, Than we’ll ‘wing’ it!

Please bring a portable gas stove if you have one…it’s easy if we have more than one to accommodate the ‘hunger’ of our members!
Bring a chair if you need one. Bring your ‘dogs’ sausage, burgers, etc, and a few buns.

Hopefully the ‘Onion’ man will see this email and ‘slice up a few’!

NOTE: I will be unable to attend…so this means we will need someone to step up and bring a table. Also you will have to bring your own drinks and chips, Also we will need condiments…mustard, relish, etc, as I usually supply these for the club. Sorry guys!

Sorry about that. I’m off to warmer waters for a week– maybe a bonefish or two in my future!!!

Tight lines!

Peter Nilsen

President / Newsletter Editor
Rhody Fly Rodders
‘America’s Oldest Saltwater Fly Fishing Club’
75 Massasoit Ave.
Barrington, RI 02806
Home – 401-245-7172
Cell – 401-633-5329
pdfish@fullchannel.net

 

Cancelled!

Due to this weather not moving out as expected, plus the high winds that are expected later today and tonight, we will cancel this month’s Rhody Fishing / Cookout. See you on June 8th at Ninigret!

REMINDER! Fly Fishing Meeting & Cookout

Tomorrow, Monday May 15th will be our first Rhody Fly Rodders Fishing Meeting/ Cookout at the Bristol Narrows.
 
Off Metacom Ave (Rt 136), Take Narrows Road, going east to the very end. Parking lot there. 
Get there when you want, fish the in coming tide (high tide around 5pm)…. we will start the cookout portion around 5:00 PM, unless we’re heavy into fish, That we’ll ‘wing’ it!
Please bring a portable gas stove if you have one…it’s easy if we have more than one to accommodate the ‘hunger’ of our members! Bring a chair if you need one.
Bring your ‘dogs’ sausage, burgers, etc, and a few buns. I will have bottled water, condiments, & chips for all.
Hopefully the ‘Onion’ man will see this email and ‘slice up a few’!
See you then.
Tight lines!
Peter Nilsen
President / Newsletter Editor
Rhody Fly Rodders
‘America’s Oldest Saltwater Fly Fishing Club’

March 2017 Monthly Meeting and Newsletter

Rhody Fly Rodders – Members and Friends

Please join us this Tuesday, March 21, at 6:30 pm for our monthly meeting. This month we will be showing an extraordinary fly fishing video, called ‘Running the Coast,’ produced by Jamie Howard, the producer of the award winning video ‘Chasing Sliver’, about the hunt for large Tarpon.
This is a 3-part video on the annual migratory travels of our beloved ‘Striped Bass,’ starting from the Cheesapeak Bay, to Maine and back. This took 5-years of filming to show stripers in every phase of their annual trip, starting in the spring and ending with the fall migration.
It covers all types of structure, feeding patterns, fishermen, guides, fly fishing, surfcasting and much, much more.
Because this is a 3-hour video, we will start this showing at 7 pm sharp, so we can show the first 2 hours, and then we will finish the last hour at our April meeting, right after our annual, end of the winter meeting season, cookout get-together.
We will have a couple of nice bucket raffles, some flies for sale, and some good times with good friends…plus this great film! Come join us.
Think Tight Lines…
Peter

 

Peter Nilsen
President / Newsletter Editor
Rhody Fly Rodders

October Meeting and Newsletter

Rhody Fly Rodders and Friends,

Our winter meeting season is upon us. On TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18th, at 6:00 PM, we will have our “Annual Pizza Party Kick-off Meeting” to start our indoor season.
We will start earlier this year. We’re hoping to get started around 6:00 pm. After our initial ‘chat and catch -up’, and stuffing our faces with pizza, we will have a presentation on fly & light tackle fishing along the Long Island coastline, by Capt. John McMurray, who runs ‘One More Cast Charters’, specializing in trips from the Hudson River to Montauk.
So come early, enjoy some pizza and catch up with old friends and brag about your big fish from the summer.
Hope to see you there.
Tight Lines,
Peter