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Filling freezers is what we do!

We love sending customers home with bags of fillets that they can enjoy throughout the year.  


The Boat

Charters will be taken out on a custom built 24-foot Romarine Pilot House that has been put to the test and is a fish catching machine capable of fishing the waters of Block Island Sound.  Powered by a 200hp Yamaha, we are able to get to the fishing ground quickly to maximize your time on the water.  The vessel is also equipped with a pot hauler and davit for those who want to experience lobstering.  All required safety equipment is on board the vessel including an EPIRB (Emergency Position-Indicating Radio Beacon). 

If you intend to bring any children thirteen years of age or younger, let us know so we can accommodate by providing the right size life jackets.


Retired/Active Military, Police and Fire, First Responders ask about a discount.

Weather and cancellations

Captain will determine sail times based on weather, tides, and type of charter.  Trips may be cancelled because of weather or other concerns (all deposits will be applied to another trip).  Deposits are nonrefundable.

Where to meet

Before your charter Captain Kyle will organize a time and place to meet which in most cases will be the Galilee State Boat Ramp in Narragansett.  Free parking is just across the street along State Street.


Where we fish

4-hour half day trips

We fish our half day trips off the beaches of Narragansett, Charlestown, and Westerly.  There is some great fishing to be had close to home usually targeting species like squid, black seabass, fluke, scup, striped bass, and bluefish.

6-hour half day and 8-hour full day

These trips will mostly likely be fished off the clear waters of Block Island.  Block Island offers some of the finest fishing on the East Coast!  It is the striped bass mecca of the world; it's also a perfect place to fill a fluke and seabass limit. 

Meet the Captain


Captain Kyle Murray

Capt. Kyle Murray (USCG Certified) has had a fishing pole in his hand since the age of two.  His fishing addiction and love for the outdoors started in Fairbanks, AK catching artic grayling and rainbows.  The Capt. has called Narragansett, Rhode Island home for the past 21 years.  He is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island with a BA in Biology, served 9 years as an U.S. Army Infantry Officer, and a commercial fisherman.  Kyle is a knowledgeable guide whose goal is to catch fish, have fun, and be safe doing it!    

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