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Does anyone know what the deal is with this place? I left multiple messages trying to check availability for this fall and next spring and no one has called me back. Did they go out of business or something? Is there another place I can check out in this area? Was looking to take a long weekend somewhere for the upcoming fall and/or spring run.
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I stayed at The CuttyHunk Striped Bass Club in June, The woman who runs it (forgotten her name) is very helpful and she will eventual get back to you. It might take a couple days but she will, As she explained to me she lives on the island but goes back and forth to the main land to do business.

Hope that helps ?
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bonnie will get back to you- she's probably off island. great place run by great folks!
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Another potential issue that you may run into, is I have tried to make reservations and found out that someone with alot more money than me had rented the whole place for a month at a clip for their use...so if you are trying on short notice good luck...there is pretty finite capacity there. Going there once is a must have on your list of fishing destinations if you have not been.
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Well it's been abou two weeks since I initially called and left a message. I let a week go by an then called again about 5 days ago but still no response. I thought maybe they weren't calling me back because they are all booked but they could at least have the courtesy to call me back if that is the case. Maybe she is on vacation off the island or something. I was hoping to get something this fall but know it might be tough so also open to booking something for the spring of 2013.

Since I started this thread and assuming they DO get back to me, any tips as far as what to bring?
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Motrin
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Think of it as a camping trip minus the outdoors. Plan out your groups meals everyday and stick to that schedule. Aside from the food itself, dont forget staples like cooking oil, salt & pepper, aluminum foil; etc. I would suggest using totes and loading up a wagon for the trip.

And dont forget extra batteries for your headlight and bug spray.
post #8 of 9
What he said ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I stayed in the apartment and I am assuming that you will be going after the kitchen closes so bring enough food but don't over do it like my group did.
If going for a long weekend I would suggest just hamburger /hot dogs or make a big tray of lasagna and just have that every night and whatever your breakfast fare you will be having;you can go crazy and you land up throwing so much food away.

A bag of good coffee and filters, half and half and of course sugar
 
Don't bring water as the water from tap is very good, it is a dry island so if you want beer I would suggest you bring some if you run out  there is a beer distributer in New Bedford that you can call and have them drop a couple cases at the ferry and all you have to do pay the 2 per case obviously other than paying the beer distributer  wink.gifbiggrin.gifsmile.gif
 
If you haven't thought about a wet suit I would strongly suggest looking into one, I brought both waders and the wetsuit, the first day climbing on a rock i popped the seam on my waders and from now on in rocky places it is wetsuit only. I don't swim but getting to and from rocks can be a pia just because of all of the rock weed. It is hard to tell where the bottom is so again wearing a wetsuit made it a breeze.There are a lot of nice flat rocks but Korkers are still a must. There has been a lot of talk about how hard it is to walk but from the Cutty hunk club to the pyramids is no harder than Montauk.
The North side of the island is an absolute PIA to walk on its a more steeper rubble  I did the walk from chruches to the steel house and it sucked
 
Make sure you have a backup rod and backup reel and all of the terminal stuff , i have not been there enough times to claim to know what lures are the best to bring and There are many threads on plugs to bring so I will let you enjoy the search function here. The one thing I will add is that i was not  able to fall back to the bucktail when things got skunky, for me it was a hard place to try and bucktail my way out of the skunk if that makes any sense.


 
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Does anyone know what the deal is with this place? I left multiple messages trying to check availability for this fall and next spring and no one has called me back. Did they go out of business or something? Is there another place I can check out in this area? Was looking to take a long weekend somewhere for the upcoming fall and/or spring run.
I sent you Bonnie's email via PM....hope it helps
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