Port Galilee Fishing Charters Pt.
Galilee has a long
tradition of fishing.
one of the largest fishing ports on the east coast, with an annual
intake of over ten million pounds of fish processed. The state docks,
built during the 1930’s, provide places for the various large
ocean-going fishing vessels to dock that target both fish and lobsters.
Many charter fishing vessels are also located at the state docks around
the corner from all commercial fishing vessels. It is a thriving
fishing port, and an excellent place to find a captain to take you out
on a trip. The vast majority of the registered charter boats in
the state of Rhode Island sail from Point Judith Salt Pond.
Below are listed a few of those
very experienced charter captains.
Adventure Striper Fishing Charters.
Come fish for striped bass with
Captain Chris on the Adventure light tackle fishing boat. Rhode Island fishing on the
Adventure is always an excellent experience whether you are a beginner
or a seasoned angler.
Aces Wild Rhode Island Fishing Charters.
Come fish for striped bass Captain
Earl's Rhode Island light tackle charter boat. Fishing in RI is always a
great experience whether you are a beginner or a seasoned angler.
Rhode Island Fishing on
the Drifter Too.
You can enjoy a great time fishing
in Rhode Island with Captain Richard Chatowsky. Whether it's a lunker bass, an angry
bluefish, or a high speed tuna, you can expect a very exciting and
entertaining trip. Sailing from the Galilee channel in Rhode
On The Rocks Newport Fishing Charters.
Come to Rhode Island for a fun time
fishing for flounder, striped bass, bluefish, or any of the other
interesting species the state has to offer.
Island Fishing Charters.
Captain Greg Snow keeps his boat in Warwick on Narragansett Bay for
all of May and part of June, then moves out to live and guide from Block
Island, Rhode Island from July through to September.