Capt. Aron Cascone

Orvis-Endorsed Fly-Fishing Guide in Charlestown, Rhode Island

Capt. Aron Cascone

Overview

Travel to Rhode Island and let Orvis-endorsed guide Capt. Aron Cascone create a memorable fly-fishing experience for you. Cascone founded Constant Angler because he felt that he lived in paradise. He grew up fishing with his father on larger sportfishing vessels for tuna and pelagic species while also fly fishing for trout. He gained a passion for targeting many species in shallow water and sight fishing during trips to the Florida Keys. Utilizing these flats tactics in Rhode Island to practice for the next trip, led to the reveal of an astounding fishery in his own back yard.

A saltwater angler's dream scenario awaits those who charter with us. Consider visiting us in May and June when the evening brings the cinder worms to life from the depths of the ponds. Stripers flock to this natural buffet and anglers get the chance to cast at fish, sipping on the surface from the deck of a flats skiff. As the water warms and the summer air brings bigger bass and bluefish north, we move into the tidal estuaries and inshore rips to cast sinking lines to blitzes. You can spend your summer day hurriedly casting to the abundance of fish. Double-ups are far too common. As the high skies of summer take hold, come with us to the flats where anyone familiar with tropical sight-fishing will marvel at the chance to feed crab and shrimp patterns to cruising stripers while our experienced captains pole the flats. When the fish begin to return south in the late summer and fall, book with us again to chase these migrating bass along with their speedy companions, the false albacore, or book a charter to Block Island Sound where giant bass lurk in the depths and personal bests are recorded daily. No fishing license required. All rods, flies, and tackle provided. 1 to 2 clients per trip.

FAQs

Season:

  • May-June: Salt ponds, worm hatch
  • June-August: Flats, estuaries, inshore rips, Block Island
  • August-November: Estuaries, rips, beaches, inshore fishing, Block Island

Species:

Striped bass, bluefish, false albacore, bonito

Region/Terrain:

Anglers will be treated to scenic Block Island sound its coastal waterways and picturesque estuaries with views to historic Charlestown, Watch Hill, and Newport Rhode Island to enhance your experience in this beautiful fishery.

Typical Weather:

New England weather is unpredictable. We will discuss current conditions prior to your trip. Please dress accordingly, but in the event the angler does not have appropriate cold weather or rain gear, we keep an ample supply on hand for your use when you charter.

Rates:

Rates starting at $450

What is Provided:

We equip all of our boats with the latest and greatest rods and equipment. Water and snacks are provided for half-day trips, and lunch will be provided for full day trips.

Gear Recommendations:

7-10 weight rods. Clousers, deceivers, surf candies, and flats patterns (crab and shrimp) are all applicable. Captain Cascone will provide signature flies for use.

What to Bring:

  • Polarized sunglasses
  • Rain gear
  • Sunscreen
  • Non-marking soles
  • Seasickness remedies (if you are prone)
  • We have extras of essential gear in most sizes if needed
  • If you're interested in bringing your own flies and rods please let us know prior to the trip, and we will let you know what would work best.

Reviews

Capt. Aron Cascone
Orvis-Endorsed Fly-Fishing Guide
Charlestown, RI 02813
860-690-5856

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