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Date posted May 31, 2005 8:09 AM
Posted by lundy
Report location Rhode Island > Rhode Island > Narragansett Bay
Fishing method Boat
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Put in early Saturday morning, caught one nice striper in Greenwich Cove right off the bat and then never boated another fish the rest of the morning. Missed a couple more that hit on topwater. Great weather day, dead calm all over the bay, but I saw no bird action or anyone else landing any fish.



I'm assuming the storms put them off a bit, I talked with a couple guys who said they were in the Bay really heavy a week earlier. Figures.





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1fishaholic

Joined: 10/04/2002
Posts: 1
Location: Barrington, RI
 06/01/2005 07:09 AM  

Lundy, I think you are right. I live on the water and I have been watching guys fishing this past weekend on and around various part of Barrington (from Rumstick thru Warren River), I did not see any fisherman pull in a single fish. (At least during the time that I was watching them) The week before, they were plentiful. It was very strange. May be the storm last week really moved the fish out.
 
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