Fish Trap

Rhode Island Fishing Charters


Westerly,Rhode Island Fishing Charters on Fish Trap

Fish Trap Sport Fishing

Fish Trap specializes in awesome Rhode Island sportfishing charters. We can fish inshore for striped bass, bluefish and fluke fishing around the always productive Watch Hill Reef. If you prefer we can always head offshore for the excitement of catching shark, tuna, mahi and wahoo. No matter what your desire Fish Trap is docked in Westerly, Rhode Island waiting your call. Whether you are a seasoned angler looking to score that trophy fish or a first time angler just looking to catch some dinner, consider spending a day with Fish Trap.

Captain Tom Logan is a lifelong fisherman with many years knowledge of the tricky ocean waters around Watch Hill, Block Island, Montauk and the Northeast Canyons. We are confident in our ability to recommend the best times to catch that fish of a lifetime and we also know the best baits to accomplish it. We are always ready to take you to the hottest fishing spots near the Ocean State in order to target the fish you have been wanting to catch.

Our Offshore Charters: We target mako shark, thresher shark, porbeagle shark, bluefin tuna, yellowfin tuna, longfin albacore tuna, bigeye tuna, swordfish, wahoo, mahi-mahi, tilefish, cod, pollack, haddock, white marlin, and of course the majestic blue marlin. Offshore charter fishing trips will take you just south of Block Island or out to the offshore canyons, including Atlantis, "The Tails", Hudson, and Veatch. Spectacular sea life lives abundantly in the canyons and you will have a good chance of seeing whales, dolphins (porpoises) and the many pelagic birds that inhabit the offshore waters including gannets, shearwaters and storm petrels.

Our Inshore Charters: Most inshore charter fishing trips will take you a short distance from Watch Hill Point where you will have great views of the Watch Hill Lighthouse and Napatree Point. There is also great fishing along Misquamicut Beach and the trophy rich areas around Block Island and Fishers Island. We will target such species as striped bass, bluefish, tautog (blackfish), black sea bass, scup, fluke, false albacore, green bonito, and winter flounder.

Our Sightseeing/Evening Cruises: We offer sightseeing and evening cruises for those folks who are not interested in fishing but want to enjoy a boat ride affording them a scenic water view of the coast of Rhode Island, Connecticut and even Fishers Island, NY. The fall is an excellent time for sightseeing by boat because you can get a nautical perspective of the beautiful color changing foliage. Imagine sitting back with bottle of bubbly and enjoying a romantic cruise with that special person in your life. Hey guys, can you think of a more romantic setting than a calm evening cruise for the most memorable proposal?

  • Captain Tom Logan

    Captain Tom LoganFish Trap Sportfishing owner Captain Tom Logan has fished from Maine to Florida, California to Hawaii and up north to Alaska. He has held a USCG captain's license for over 15 years. He has a commercial fishing background and enjoys fishing the offshore canyons for tuna and billfish. He also enjoys diving and spearfishing when he's not fishing. Captain Tom Logan holds a OUPV coastal water license and is a certified member of the IGFA and the Rhode Island Party & Charter Boat Association. Capt. Tom Sincerly wants to make your next Rhode Island fishing experience a memorable one.

  • Take the entire family fishing.
  • Fish Trap specializes in giant Rhode Island fluke.
  • We offer both offshore and inshore fishing charters.
  • Shark fishing is a favorite of Fish Trap customers.
  • Catching aggressive snapper bluefish inshore or offshore can be an awesome experience.
  • Enjoy a spectacular striped bass fishing trip with your wife.
  • The family that catches fluke together stays together.
  • Chartering the Fish Trap for some great Rhode Island fishing can be an awesome family experience.
  • We'll show your group striper fishing like you have never seen.
  • Did you say you want to catch a giant Rhode Island fluke?

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