I moved here from Scranton, Pennsylvania – for the fishing, the pristine beaches, the raw nature. As an angler, I’ve learned that the island is a beacon for a multitude of different fish species. I know how the water moves, I know the different structures, I know what I'm pursuing. I’m often texting Kim Gaffett
about certain birds as they can tell you what type of bait is down below.
When I first moved to Block Island, the wind farm was still in discussion. I wasn’t sure how it would impact the fish in the area. But it turns out one of the main reasons I like the wind farm has nothing to do with energy.