Norman MacLean wrote, “Poets talk about ‘spots of time’, but it is really the fishermen who experience eternity compressed into a moment. No one can tell what a spot of time is until suddenly the whole world is a fish and the fish is gone.” The Preserve meticulously maintains ten fly fishing ponds – the largest at ten acres – that inspire the most dedicated of anglers. Healthy populations of trout and bass await your arrival. And we abut the internationally renowned Wood-Pawcatuck Watershed, a fly fishing dream destination. Experience what MacLean would recognize as an “eternity” of serene, unspoiled wilderness. Lessons and equipment are available.
The Preserve also enjoys working relationships with the Ocean State’s best captains. Day trip for striped bass, overnight to the Canyons for a once-in-a-lifetime giant tuna experience, or spend a lovely afternoon bottom fishing around the Bay with your kids.