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Rhode Island Sound - Tuna Fishing

By Capt Andy LoCascio - 10/23/2004 - Short URL: https://neangling.com/?p=405 - Views: 317659

Tuna FishingCaptains Andy and Rich headed back up to Point Judith to get in on a red hot school tuna fishing bite. Captain Mike Neto of the Adrianna Fishing Charters shared his secrets for small boat tuna fishing. The bite was non-stop and they caught way too many bluefin tuna, false albacore, and green bonito to count. Some of the fish were nearly 30lbs and all were caught on only medium weight conventional tackle. The fish were following around the draggers and were even caught on jigs.

“This was the first show we did with Capt Mike Neto.  Several days earlier I had passed through these waters headed north to the Vineyard.  During the trip I stopped several times for some very good school bluefin tuna fishing.  This was also the very first time anyone in the country had access to the new butterfly jigging system which would eventually revolutionize jig fishing.”  Capt Andy LoCascio

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