CDIP Intern Vernique surf fishing

Fishing at Ninigret Pond, the largest coastal salt pond in Rhode Island, is a spectacular treat – not only because of the fish available, but also because of the expansive vistas and gorgeous sunsets. Anglers may saltwater-fish from the refuge shoreline in accordance with state regulations. At Ninigret Pond, anglers may saltwater-fish and shellfish from the refuge shoreline from legal sunrise to legal sunset, and in accordance with state regulations.

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Fishing on Ninigret Pond, the largest coastal salt pond in Rhode Island is a spectacular treat not only because of the fish available, but also because of the expansive vistas and gorgeous sunsets. Anglers may saltwater fish from the refuge shoreline in accordance with State regulations. In additions, anglers may saltwater fish and shellfish in Ninigret Pond from the refuge shoreline from legal sunrise to legal sunset, and in accordance with State regulations.  Each spring the refuge partners with the State to host an annual fly-tying workshop (held at the classroom at Kettle Pond Visitor Center) coupled with fishing in a cove along the trail to Grassy Point at the East entrance.

Notice:  The 2022 Cinder Worm Workshop is happening May 2, 4 and 14, 2022 at Kettle Pond Visitor Center for the fly tying and at Ninigret Refuge - Grassy Point Coves for fly fishing.  For more information see flyer and to register please email Marisa_Pondros@fws.gov

 

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Cinder Worm Workshop 2022. Announcement
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