Rhode Island Fishing Reports, Fishing Times, Licenses, and Campgrounds

Fish Species in Rhode Island

Largemouth Bass,  Perch,  Rainbow Trout,  Bream/Bluegill,  Smallmouth Bass,  Pickerel,  Brook Trout,  Pumpkinseed,  Sunfish,   and 57 more

Rhode Island Fishing by Water Type

Lakes: 249   Rivers/Streams: 263   Reservoirs: 196   Others: 444   All: 1,152

Rhode Island Fishing Reports

  "I've fished this pond for over twenty years. It's extremely shallow with..." Carls Pond

  "I've fished this pond for 40+ years and can't remember a year better than..." Easton Pond

  "Fished at opening near parking area. Pulled in 4 rainbows in about an..." Tarkiln Pond Dam

  "im there everyday and never diapointed i nail LMB all day and giant sunfish..." Doctor Lewis Pond

Rhode Island Fishing Spots

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Rhode Island Tackle Shops

John's Bait & Tackle

North Kingstown

Kenport Marina LLC


Superior Trawl

North Kingstown

Local Hotel Rooms

Rhode Island Fishing Licenses

For Fishing License purchase, fishing rules, and fishing regulations please visit Rhode Island Fish & Wildlife. Please remember to check with the local Fish and Wildlife department to ensure the Fishing Spot is open to the public, and respect all signs indicating private property or restricting access.

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Fishing in the state of Rhode Island, there are plenty of bodies of water to choose from. In fact, there are 1,152 bodies of water where fishing could be possible, such as Stump Pond, Charlestown Breachway and Stafford Pond. Fish for Smelt, Green Sunfish or Brook Trout or one of the other 27 fish found in this state; and if you need gear get your fly fishing gear, baitcasting setup, trolling equipment, or spincasting gear out and find your new honey hole.