Information about Point Judith, RI
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The artificial harbor at Point Judith was originally built as a harbor of refuge for the coastal trade and offers good protection from open seas and good holding ground, even though exposed to the winds. Further inside, the Salt Pond, as locals call it, is noted for an array of quality marine facilities, and several eateries where you can enjoy local seafood faves ashore.
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It's late July, but we are suddenly in an early September pattern of fishing. There… More
This week I saw the most fish I have seen on any outing this year… More
They are here — big time. False albacore, known as albies, have hit the RI… More
Things are looking up along the Rhode Island oceanfront. I mean really looking up. The… More
One spot. One night. One hundred fish landed. Any doubts that we would even get… More
Our past year, 2013, was not a good year if you were a shore fisherman… More
The water temperature along the oceanfront has dipped into the mid-forties. That spells the end.… More
I was into a glut of fish along the south shore on April 29. I… More
My brother Steve went down to Narragansett and the south shore to check out the… More