Tag Archives: rhode island fly fishing

It’s Cinder-Worm Season on the Muddy Striper Flats!

An anglers shows off a worm-eating schoolie bass, while a nicer fish feeds in the background.
Photo courtesy Orvis-endorsed guide Capt. Aron Cascone.

If you’re a fly angler in the Northeast, you know that we are sitting smack dab in the middle of prime time for some of the best hatches of the year. But one unique “hatch” that is. . .


Photos of the Day: Autumn Albie Action with Aron

Written by: Peter Kutzer

Orvis-endorsed guide Elliott Jenkins (left) and Pete show off a double.
All photos courtesy Peter Kutzer

Last month, I had the chance to head out with my friend Aron Cascone, of Constant Angler, to chase false albacore off Point Judith, on the coast of Rhode Island. The fish were up. . .


Making the Most of the Cinder-Worm “Hatch” for Big Stripers

Written by: Capt. Aron Cascone, Constant Angler

Big bass sip worms from the surface when the hatch is really on.
Photo courtesy Capt. Aron Cascone

In Rhode Island, the cinder worm emergence–some anglers call it a “hatch”–sure took its time getting started this season. The switch finally got flipped in a big way on May13th. There are now plenty of stripers and an abundance of worms to keep. . .