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Narragansett Bay to Block Island Sound Image

Narragansett Bay to Block Island Sound

SKU: 50F


Coastal Fishing Chart -  Side A has complete coverage of Narragansett Bay with information from NOAA Charts #13223 and #13221. Coverage goes from Providence down to Rhode Island Sound. Side B is compiled from NOAA #13205. Coverage from Point Judith out to Block Island and back to the West as far as Gardiners Island. With the help of local guides and tackle stores we have pinpointed the most likely areas to hold Striped Bass, Bluefish, Sea Bass and others. These areas are designated on the chart with a symbol of the species caught in that area. We have also plotted dozens of GPS Waypoints to make it easier for you to get to these hotspots. You can sit at the dock and enter the coordinates into your GPS, hit go, and you are on your way to some great fishing. This Coastal Series chart comes folded and lists most of the popular boat ramps as well as marinas and bait stores for your convenience. This chart is a great complement to all of the other WATERPROOF CHARTS of this area.

WGS84-World Mercator Datum.


25" x 38".

Price: $23.49

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Waterproof Charts are designed specifically for recreational boaters, fishermen and divers. These charts are beautifully printed on synthetic paper for use on deck in any weather, rain, or spray!

Great features for one affordable price:

  • Waterproof - using their own patented design.
  • Tear resistant - you can't ruin them!
  • Foldable - they'll fit in your console or tackle box!
  • Affordable - printed on both sides so they save money!
  • Accurate - used by the Coast Guard and Navy!
  • Complete - many combine multiple NOAA charts into one document!
  • Simple to use - GPS coordinates and units!
  • Easy to read - all charts are 25" x 38"!
  • Up-to-Date - regularly updated to reflect the most recent information.
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