Not trying to be a dick or anything, but if you're coming to fish,, I'd seriously consider postponing for about 3 weeks (5 wouldbe better).
108 will be hell with all sorts of coming and goings.
Most anywhere on the Narragansett coast could be
hot (or not).
Storm coming, hot water temps, lots of traffic, makes predictions of spots an educated guess at best. Often last minute decisions are well called. Predictions usually bomb out this time of year in the area because soooo much is unpredictable.
Bait- eels are generally a good bet. Clams, squid, etc. can be good also.
Lures - bring a small assortment of swimmers, floaters, poppers and definately tins.
The blues may be in force. Stripers may
be scarce. Blackfish could rule along with the seabass & scup.
Labor Day is a transitional time for fishing. Only way to know is to start early and stay with them.
At this point, there really isn't any knowing for certain. It's day-by-day.
That's one of the two weekends I'd be fishing fresh water if I really wanted to fish.