RE: Fishing in Rhode Island in April....
I hope I'm not giving anything away, and for what a 33 year old fishing report is worth, and since I'm 2700 miles away right now, I lived for a year on Great Salt Pond in Wakefield. Around the 15th I began seeing an early morning crowd right at the pass around the peninsula leading to the upper pond. When I finally investigated they turned out to be live alewife slingers who were pounding BIG stripers who slipped in before or coincident with the schoolies. It was a very ingrown, very quiet, very EARLY MORNING, closed group. But VERY interesting.