The Fish Wrap Writer Recommendations
We at the Fish Wrap Writer are asked often about what tackle shops to visit, what gear we use to catch fish, what stripers are biting on in the fall, etc. We do our best to provide tackle shop and lure info in our fishing reports we post weekly, but we also wanted to provide a comprehensive list here as well.
Additionally, there are some amazing organizations in Rhode Island that help protect our waterways and fishing environments. Check out some of my favorites below.
These are the places I shop in New England when needing bait, lures, rods/reels, swag or more often than not, some great local fishing and hunting advice. To see a complete list of tackle shops in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts, click here.
I’m rarely – if ever – out on the water fishing in Rhode Island without these brands of equipment with me.
SALTWATER AL'S GOLDFISH, FISH WRAP WRITER SPECIAL EDITION
The Fish Wrap Writer collaborated with the great team at Al’s Goldfish Lure Company to develop this new saltwater lure.
The Original Goldfish shape and action built specifically for saltwater action. Hard baked paints, custom tied teaser size 3/0 VMC J hook, and a wobble and flutter that salt species can’t ignore.
Every year I publish a gear guide sharing some of my favorite products. Check them out below.
We offer you 3 Outstanding Outdoor Gear Choices to help you welcome in Fall fun in comfort, safety and style. And they won't break the bank.
Todd Corayer provides his 2023 summer fishing gear guide, with plenty of gear to make your fishing season in Rhode Island that much better. Click to view this summer's gear guide.
The Fish Wrap spring gear guide is here with awesome products you don't want to miss and deals just for you. Click to read the guide today.
Our 2022 Gear & Gift Guide II completes a year's worth of using, testing, reading, heating and testing again some amazing and well built products. We're happy to bring you the best and most useful for holiday shopping or a quick reason to buy something for yourself.
There are so many great organizations in Rhode Island and New England that do incredible work protecting our waterways, public access, and fisheries. Below are just a few I make it a point to stay informed on and volunteer with.