Rhode Island Designated Trout Rivers and Streams

Rhode Island Designated Trout Rivers and Streams

All designated trout waters are stocked prior to the opening day of trout season.

RIVER/STREAM NAME LOCATION SPECIAL NOTES
Abbots Run Brook Cumberland
Adamsville Brook & Pond Tiverton & Little Compton
Aldrich Brook (Butterfly Pond) Lincoln
Ashaway River Hopkinton
Beaver River Richmond State-owned or controlled public access.
Big River West Greenwich State-owned or controlled public access.
Blackstone River Cumberland & Lincoln
Branch River Burrillville
Brandy Brook Glocester
Breakheart Brook Exeter State-owned or controlled public access.
Brushy Brook Hopkinton
Bucks Horn Brook Coventry
California Jim’s South Kingstown
Chepachet River Glocester & Burrillville
Chickasheen Brook South Kingstown State-owned or controlled public access.
Clear River Burrillville
Dolly Cole Brook Foster
Dundery Brook (including Wigwam Pond) Little Compton
Falls River Exeter & West Greenwich State-owned or controlled public access.
Flat River Exeter State-owned or controlled public access.
Geneva Brook & Pond North Providence Minors fourteen (14) years of age and younger, only. Please see below for more details.¹
Harris River Woonsocket
Hunt River E. Greenwich & N. Kingstown
Log House Brook Hopkinton
Meadow Brook Richmond State-owned or controlled public access.
Meshanticut Brook Cranston
Moosup River Coventry State-owned or controlled public access.
Parris Brook Exeter State-owned or controlled public access.
Pawcatuck River Hopkinton, Richmond, Charlestown, Westerly Wheelchair accessible.
Pawtuxet River (north branch) Scituate & Cranston State-owned or controlled public access.
Pawtuxet River (south branch) Coventry & West Warwick
Peeptoad Brook Glocester
Ponaganset River Foster State-owned or controlled public access.
Roaring Brook & Ponds Exeter Wheelchair accessible.
Round Top Brook Burrillville State-owned or controlled public access.
Saugatucket River South Kingstown
Silvy’s Brook Cumberland State-owned or controlled public access.
Winsor Brook Foster
Wood River Exeter, Hopkinton & Richmond State-owned or controlled public access.
Woonasquatucket River Smithfield


  1. CHILDREN ONLY:
    The following waters are restricted to fishing by persons fourteen (14) years of age and younger: Lloyd Kenney Pond, Hopkinton; *Slater Park Pond, Pawtucket; Lapham Pond, Burrillville; Silvy’s Pond, Cumberland; *Ponderosa Park Pond, Little Compton; Seidel’s Pond, Cranston; *Cass Pond, Woonsocket; Frosty Hollow Pond, Exeter; Geneva Brook and Pond, N. Providence.

    Please note the following:

    * Cass, Slater Park, and Ponderosa Park Ponds are restricted only for the first two days of the season, the 9th & 10th of April 2016, FOR CHILDREN ONLY.

  2. FLY FISHING ONLY: The following waters are restricted to the use of artificial flies, a conventional fly rod, and a single action reel: Deep Pond (Arcadia), Exeter; A.L. Mowry, Smithfield; Upper Rochambeau Pond, Lincoln.

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