We’ve come up with these locations for our 2015 Summer Fishing meetings. We will meet at the following locations around 3:00 or 4:00pm (sooner or later if you like) and fish till dark. This is open to all members and non-members alike. We will have a few small grills, (if you have one, bring it) and bring along some ‘dogs’ and ‘burgers’ and we’ll cook ‘em up. Also, bring a chair for yourself. Chips and water will be available.
MAY 14th – Bristol Narrows (in-coming) High Tide @ 5:30pm
Take Metacom Ave. (Route 136) to Narrows Road, go straight down road to parking lot at the end of road.
JUNE 10th – Chepiwanoxet (out-going) – High Tide @ 3:00pm (East Greenwich Cove) Take Route 1 to Chepiwanoxet Way, then to Oak Grove St, then to John Wickes Ave, to parking lot at end.
JULY 15th – Charleston (in-coming) – High Tide @ 8:25pm Route 1 South, (Boston Post Road) look for Charleston Breachway sign, make U-turn onto Route 1 North – right on Narrow Lane, turn left onto Matunuck Schoolhouse Rd.,1st right onto Charlestown Beach Rd., (Breachway Grill on right). Follow to end.
AUGUST 20th – Quonochontaug (QUONNY) (out-going) – High Tide @ 2:15pm Route 1 South (Boston Post Road), Exit West Beach Rd,, Follow to end.
SEPT 21st – Narrow River (out-going) – High Tide @ 4:00pm
On Route 1A, 2 miles North of Narragansett Beach. Parking lot is at bridge on East or Ocean side of road.
Rhody Fly Rodders members and friends,
Here is the April ‘Rhody’ Newsletter for your enjoyment. This will be the last newsletter until we reconvene for our winter meetings in October.
Of course we will have our ‘Summer Fishing Get-Togethers’ till then. The list of the places and directions of these get-togethers are in this newsletter, and we hope to see you all sometime during the summer.
We have our annual cookout get-together at this April meeting, and invite you all to attend. We will do a bit of fly casting on the lawn of the club before the cookout, and after we eat we will have an interesting DVD, called “Rivers of a Lost Coast”, showing steelhead fishing on the rivers of the west coast from the 1920′ thru the 1960’s and the tragic demise of those fabulous rivers. A great show!
Please join us, bring a friend!
Have a great summer and fishing season!
Best to you,
President / Newsletter Editor
‘America’s Oldest Saltwater Fly Fishing Club’
Greenpeace activists prevent industrial fishing giant Omega from reaching a large school of menhaden.
The commercial menhaden industry is promoting plenty of menhaden, preparing to make a move to get the quota restrictions eased at the ASMFC level.
Since the restrictions are starting to work, and the menhaden are
starting to increase, they want to go right back to catching as many as
Typical commercial attitude.
Click here to see the press release.
Via Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Association