The Tree Guy


Warwick, RI   bullbuster.net

About Me

Big Game Fisherman From Rhode Island

I am Kyle Oneppo from Rhode island. My home port is in Point Judith, RI. I fish almost everyday in the Spring, Summer, and Fall. I mainly target Bluewater species, my main target fish are Bluefin Tuna, Yellowfin Tuna, Bigeye Tuna, Bill fish, Striped bass, Mahi, Sharks, Bottom fish, and many other smaller pelagic's. I run two boats, a 28ft Blue water with twin 300s and a 23 Contender with a single 350.

My Recent Articles

How To:
"Ask A Pro" Question And Answers For Bluefin Tuna

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by: The Tree Guy

Posted On : 2018-Jan-18

How To Catch Bluefin Tuna As A Recreational Angler Below we cover a few questions anglers who are looking to get into fishing for Bluefins may ask.  We start by listing the questions and then give you an in depth answer to each one.  The author with Ja...

How To:
How To Set Up For Casting At Bluefin Tuna

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by: The Tree Guy

Posted On : 2017-Mar-30

Flawless Rigging & Gear For Catching Bluefin Tuna On Spinners! The most common question I am asked during the season is "How do you ensure your rigging and gear is flawless for Bluefin?" Well a question like this could take hours to answer so I...
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My Articles

How To:
"Ask A Pro" Question And Answers For Bluefin Tuna

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by: The Tree Guy

Posted On : 2018-Jan-18

How To Catch Bluefin Tuna As A Recreational Angler Below we cover a few questions anglers who are looking to get into fishing for Bluefins may ask.  We start by listing the questions and then give you an in depth answer to each one.  The author with Ja...

How To:
How To Set Up For Casting At Bluefin Tuna

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by: The Tree Guy

Posted On : 2017-Mar-30

Flawless Rigging & Gear For Catching Bluefin Tuna On Spinners! The most common question I am asked during the season is "How do you ensure your rigging and gear is flawless for Bluefin?" Well a question like this could take hours to answer so I...

Bullbuster In Action:
The Epic Harvest Moon BluefinTuna On Spinners

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by: The Tree Guy

Posted On : 2016-Nov-07

Catching Big Tuna On Artificials During The Harvest Moon Every Fall in New England we are treated with some of the best Bluefin Tuna fishing in the world. The biggest indicator of Fall for us this season was the Harvest moon. Prior to the moon the B...

Fishing Report:
Northeast Canyons Report -- Rhode Island Fishing

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by: The Tree Guy

Posted On : 2016-Sep-02

Fishing The Canyons Offshore New England! The bigeye and bluefin action has been insane offshore of Rhode Island for the past few weeks.  Its been so good that we have had time to test out new types of fishing after loading the boat up with cores!   ...

Bullbuster In Action:
Uncle Jimmys Striped Bass Tournament

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by: The Tree Guy

Posted On : 2016-Jun-23

 Stripped Bass Tournament The next day we showed up to the spot and we were fortunate enough to have no company. We had six fish but none over 33lbs that morning. Then the fleet shows up. Over 50 boats showed up and the fishing shut off. After leaving the fleet we had two more fi...

Fishing Report:
Pike Fishing In Rhode Island

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by: The Tree Guy

Posted On : 2016-Jun-19

Ice Fishing In Rhode Island For Pike Well it is winter in New England and we all know what that means...Ice fishing! After a few warm months we just had our first cold spell with the past week having an average temperature being 15 degrees. This means we finally have enough ice to hit our spo...

How To:
DIY Offshore Home Rod Holder

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by: The Tree Guy

Posted On : 2016-Jun-19

DIY Offshore Rod Holder For Less Than $150.00? After a year of searching for the right home rod holder the search is over. We did not want a rod holder that would take up space or that required drilling holes in our wall or ceiling. We have a wonderful holder from "Key La...

Fishing Report:
Is It May Yet?

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by: The Tree Guy

Posted On : 2016-Jun-19

We Can't Wait For Spring Fishing!    Winter in Rhode Island translates to sitting on the ice with a handful of tip-ups hoping you get a flag from a 10-15lb pike. Once the ice is gone in early March you might catch the occasional carp and large mouth bass, if you are lucky you get a...

Fishing Report:
First Day Fishing Open Water

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by: The Tree Guy

Posted On : 2016-Jun-19

First Fish of the Season!    This winter was one for the record books for sure! With many days at record low temperatures and record numbers of snow fall the sight of open water felt like I was in a dream! A majority of the ponds that I fish are still frozen but one of them is complet...

Fishing Report:
Big Eyes & Yellowfin!

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by: The Tree Guy

Posted On : 2016-Jun-19

Night Fishing For Yellowfin and Bigeye Tuna! With the technology we have today we never sit at home and read over charts and look for new structure. When we find something on a chart (buoys or structure) we never seem to go look if the chart does not specifically tell us what it look...

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