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  • Cox Sports Fishing Report November 11

    Cox Sports Fishing Report November 11

    Cooling temperatures have the waters cooling off fast. Scup and sea bass are moving deeper, but people are still catching them at Block Island. Bluefish are becoming scarce. Striped bass are moving out with small stragglers still being caught. Cod are moving into their usual winter spots. Offshore there are still reports of yellowfin tuna, swordfish, and sharks if you can find the warmer water  

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  • Cox Sports Fishing Report November 4

    Cox Sports Fishing Report November 4

    The weather has been tough lately, but there’s a nice window mid-week Inshore: Tautog is your best bet, big ones are deep go 50 plus feet. Scup and sea bass, the bite is slow, they are moving deeper. Blues and stripers are not around but we expect a new and final plug of them in the next week or two. Offshore, cod fishing is okay with a lot of black sea bass mixed in. Way offshore, big risk, big reward.  Reports of yellowfin tuna, swords, and […]

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  • Cox Sports Fishing Report October 28

    Cox Sports Fishing Report October 28

    The pre-rut is on, maybe pass up fishing and get in a tree stand. Inshore, Tautog, very good getting deeper try 35 feet plus of water. Scup and sea bass are mixed in. Striped bass is not good maybe try South Shore. Bluefish, slim picking. Offshore, cod is okay try clams on Coxes Ledge. Tuna, risky weather-big reward. T ry heading out if the weather breaks. Sharks, go west.

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  • Cox Sports Fishing Report October 21

    Cox Sports Fishing Report October 21

    It’s taugin’ time and you’ll find those tasty critters in the bay and ocean front in 25-35 feet of water. Scup and sea bass are on all reefs and the East Grounds. Striped bass are on the South Shore and North Rip. Bluefish are on the South Shore and Block Island. Fluke are gone for the winter. Offshore, not much word on cod. T una are hit or miss but a good chunk bite on the edge. For sharks go […]

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  • Cox Sports Fishing Report October 15

    Cox Sports Fishing Report October 15

    Congratulations to Kettlebottom’s Captain Robb Roach and his son Ethan on their win in the Conanicut Marine Tautog Tournament!    

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  • Cox Sports Fishing Report October 7

    Cox Sports Fishing Report October 7

    Inshore, tautog fishing is good, just in time for Sunday’s tournament at Conanicut Marina in Jamestown. Scup and sea bass fishing is awesome. Striped bass have been hit or miss at Block Island inshore and estuary fishing has been incredible. False albacore and bonito are popping up along the South Shore, accompanied by surprise bluefin tuna! Offshore, bluefin are in the Mudhole. Shark fishing has been descent. High fuel costs and spotty reports have kept most people away from the […]

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  • Cox Sports Fishing Report October 1, 2013

    Cox Sports Fishing Report October 1, 2013

    There’s still fish in the water, so Captain Robb and crew have the scoop as to where to find ‘em! Fall run is hot, sick top water action from Point Judith to the South Shore Scup, load up the boat, all reefs. Sea bass, lots of shorts but jig em’ up Fluke, almost done go deep 80 feet. Tautog, very good in Buzzard’s Bay Bluefish, striped bass, Green Bonito Point Judith to South Shore OFFSHORE: Weather pending-great time to go […]

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  • This Week’s Cox Sports Fishing Report

    This Week’s Cox Sports Fishing Report

    Fall fishing is fast and furious – Get on it! Inshore scup, lock and load near bridges Sea bass, very good in 50-70 feet of water west of Block Island Fluke, hanging in there 80 ft. of water south of Block Island Tautog, good in the bay especially spearfishing. Bluefish, patchy in the bay Striped bass, very good and improved south shore and Block Island False albacore and green bonita, Center Wall, spotty Offshore, if the weather is good – […]

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  • Cox Sports Fishing Report for September 16

    Cox Sports Fishing Report for September 16

    This has been a week of hit-or-miss fishing. Inshore, scup, black sea bass, and fluke are being caught in the bay near Jamestown and Newport bridges. With reports of frequent squeteague. Tautog have been hard to find unless you’re spearfishing. Stripers and bluefish are moving in on South Shore and bay chasing baitfish. Block has been dead unless you’re looking for bluefish. Poor reports offshore have kept most shark and tuna boats tied up at the dock

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  • Cox Sports Fishing Report for September 9

    Cox Sports Fishing Report for September 9

    Captain Robb and Kettlebottom crew mate Ty Leger have this week’s Fishing Report.

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