Surfcasting Block Island and Cuttyhunk
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Surfcasting Block Island and Cuttyhunk

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D. J. Muller


Here is a detailed guide to two legendary surfcasting destinations, home to  some of the best striped-bass angling in the world.   Block Island, just off the coast of Rhode Island,  boasts a rich variety of surfcasting venues, from sand beaches to rips to boulder fields.  D. J. Muller has fished the island extensively and takes the reader on a step-by-step tour around Block, explaining in detail where and how to fish each area correctly.  Rods, reels, and lures for the surfcaster are explained in depth.

Some 35 miles northeast of Block Island is Cuttyhunk, the last island in the Elizabeth Islands chain.  It was here in the latter half of the 19th century that surfcasting was born, and although much of the opulence of the gilded-age surfcasting clubs is gone, the angling remains as interesting and as challenging as ever.   Again Muller takes the reader on a detail-rich tour of this small but fascinating island, pinpointing where and how to surfcast for bass.

For any surfcaster, beginner to advanced, who is looking for fresh and exciting fishing opportunities, SURFCASTING BLOCK ISLAND AND CUTTYHUNK will become the go-to reference.

D. J. Muller is a well-traveled surfcaster who enjoys sharing his extensive experience and knowledge with others. Surfcasting Block Island and Cuttyhunk is DJ’s fifth book surfcasting–others are The Surfcaster’s Guide to the Striper Coast, Striper Strategies, Striper Tales, and Fishing the Cape Cod Canal. He lives on Pelican Island, NJ.