Fishing Reports up to and including Friday, June 1, 2012
Location: Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island
Starting to get in a transitional summer period when stripers start to move south out of the bay. No loss this year as far as the bay is concerned. In a nutshell, plenty of adult menhaden, very little silverside concentrations, very few bluefish or larger stripers. Conditions should greatly improve along the ocean front as the major push of summer migration start to move in after spawning from the Hudson and Chesapeake join the ranks of falling bay fish.
Finally, if you expect to get out in the next two weeks, fishing should be at its peak along the Newport Coastline and Westerly/Fishers Island Reefs. Here are a few pictures of recent action.
Thatís Dave Pollack holding a nice ocean fish.
HeckÖ..Even I had a chance to get in the action.