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October 09, 1978 | Dan Levin
Block Island, famous for bluefish and striped bass, is a seven-by-three-mile, pork-chop-shaped wedge of ocean vistas and pond-dotted moors. The island lies 10 miles southeast of Point Judith, R.I., with the thin...
July 19, 1965
On the water after 5, at the game after dark and in zealously air-conditioned clubhouses there is nothing like a lightweight sweater
July 16, 1956 | Edited by Ed Zern and Tom Lineaweaver
Among last week's notable catches: by Dr. John J. Vallone of Cranston, R.I., a 650-pound BLUEFIN TUNA after a three-hour scrap five miles southeast of Block Island; a 43-pound SAILFISH taken by Vernon Lamp of Miami,...
July 22, 1963 | Carleton Mitchell
July 26, 1965 | Liz Smith
There wasn't much sailboat racing at the first biennial Block Island Race Week, but there were plenty of lobsters, whiskey, beer and fun