Boat Charters in RI
Enjoy light tackle Point Judith charters for stripers, bluefish,
flounder or tautog, because It's Fishing Time!
Next time you visit
Rhode Island during the summer consider a fishing trip with Its
Fishing Time Charters. Your trip with Its Fishing Time will be both
entertaining and very productive, targeting any of the popular species
of fish we have here in the ocean state. From the northern part of
Narragansett bay to the south side of Block Island Island, these waters
are very rich with striped bass, bluefish, flounder, sea bass and many
other gamefish species.
A fishing trip is a
great activity for the family when on vacation, a father and son, or a
group of dedicated anglers looking to have a great time catching fish in
our unmatched striped bass fishery here in Rhode Island. We are among
the charter boats that are closest to the famous Block Island fishery
where many stripers and blues are caught every year.
Trips can be half day, three-quarter day,
or full day affairs, depending on how much time you want on the water.
Usually half day trips can get the job done at the peak of the season,
but during the slow times a three quarter day trip may be necessary for
We can target a variety of species and it is possible to target more
than one on a given trip. Some of the species we fish for are
striped bass, bluefish, tautog, sea bass, scup, flounder, and tuna.
About the Boat.
The charter boat is a
Down East vessel with a huge cockpit area providing a plenty of fishing
room for the clients. The hull provides an excellent ride in most chop conditions found out
on Block Island Sound during the summer months. A depth
finder, GPS chart plotter, and radio are installed. If its a
foggy day, we also have radar.
We take a MAXIMUM of 6 passengers.
What should we bring?
Sneakers or boat shoes.
Windbreaker / foul weather gear/ Hat
appropriate to the weather.
Food & Drink (no hard liquor).
Camera, Sunglasses, Sun block.
Large Zip Lock Bags for your fish or
an extra cooler.
Before your trip get a full night's rest. If you tend to get
sick, take no-doze Dramamine or Bonnine at least an hour before you get on the boat.
Don't drink alcohol prior to sailing.
We fish the South
shore of Rhode Island as far as Westerly and Watch Hill, South to Block
Island, and parts of Narragansett Bay. Most of the time we are within
1-2 miles of land when we’re fishing.