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Light Tackle Fishing Guides in Rhode Island for bass, blues, flounder & tautog

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Join us on the light tackle charter boat Aces Wild, fishing the waters of Rhode Island and sailing out of Galilee.

The Aces Wild is located in Galilee Rhode Island. It is a seasonal marina open from May to November.  There are several restaurants in the area, there is plenty of parking, and it is free!Book your Rhode Island fishing charters early to ensure you get the desired date. Come fish Block Island with us on a RI fishing charter.

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The Aces Wild Charters

      The Boat, Aces Wild 35' Henrique Maine Coaster

      We depart from Galilee, which is located in Narragansett. We have a 35' Henriques Maine Coaster that can handle up to 6 people. The cockpit is 14' long and 12' wide, providing ample room for anglers to bottom fish side-by-side.

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        Fishing Charter Rates on the Aces Wild

        The Aces wild Fishing Charter rates are the most competitive around. A deposit of $100.00 is required to reserve your date. We offer both half day and full day charters, as well as Shared charters and weekday specials.

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          Your Captain of the Aces Wild, Earl Bell

          Earl loves to fish and sails to Block Island whenever he can. He starting fishing as a teenager and never stopped. He's caught many species of fish over the years.

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          Aces Wild Charters

          RI Fishing Rates

              Weekday Specials, 3 people 3 hrs

              Weekday Specials, 3 people 3 hrs: $300

                Shared Charters, we'll hook you up!

                Shared Charters, we'll hook you up!: $100 each up to 6 people

                  Full Day Block Island Flounder

                  Full Day Block Island Flounder: $650

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                    Species that can be targeted on our trips

                    Tautog Flounder Striped Bass Bonita Blue Fish
                    Tautog

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                      While striped bass, bluefish and fluke get the lion’s share of inshore angling attention in New England, it’s the humble tautog that often marks the start of the saltwater fishing season for those who can’t wait to wet a line. In southern New England, ‘tog start to move inshore around mid-April, or when the water temperature hits the mid-40s. By the time the first dandelions start to pop up on lawns, the fishery should be in full swing.

                      Flounder

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                        One of the most popular and sought after inshore fish of the early summer season is the winter flounder. Easily accessible by any angler with a row boat, or access to a pier or dock, flounder can provide fishing fun for all ages as well as a fine meal.

                        Striped Bass

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                          Striped Bass begin to show up around the end of April in the southern-most part of Narragansett Bay. They quickly shoot up the bay to the Providence river chasing herring and menhaden. The big push of Block Island bass don’t show up until around June 7-9, then the fishing is crazy for several weeks through the end of June and often into July.

                          Bonita

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                            Atlantic bonito are part of the same mackerel family (scombridae) as tuna. Their meat has a darkish color and a firm texture, with a moderate fat content. The meat of young or small bonito can be of lighter color, close to that of skipjack tuna. They are often grilled or baked.

                            Blue Fish

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                              Bluefish anglers fish from boat or shore along nearly every harbor entrance, town dock, beach and jetty. Wire leaders are a must in order to prevent hooked fish from cutting the line with its sharp teeth. We use a variety of plugs, sand eel type jigs, squid like or mackerel like lures when casting or trolling. Pogies, mackerel or eels are the preferred live baits.

                                Charter Captain

                                Come enjoy a fishing charter around Block Island with Captain Earl.

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