The Narragansett Surfcasters

Fishing Rhode Island Since 2005


The Surfcasters Club was formed in 2005 and then incorporated in 2007 by a group of like-minded sportsmen from the southern Rhode Island area who share in the excitement of fishing for hard-fighting striped bass, bluefish, bonito and albacore.

The club evolved from an earlier striper club that went out of existence.  Today, the Surfcasters has over a hundred members, many of whom can regularly be spotted at their favorite fishing haunt and is stronger than ever before.

Monthly meetings are held at a local venue and are well attended by the membership.  The meetings often host local or well-known guest speakers, guides or fishing experts.  Other events include our annual Surf Day used tackle meet, Christmas and Awards banquets, Earth Day clean up along the shore, and summer cookouts, which are all part of our club’s regular activities.

The Surfcasters supports the local community with its charitable giving program that annually donates numerous gift cards to the needy in our area.  Other social activities, such as our Earth Day beach clean-up and Take A Kid Fishing Day, have met with great success as well.

Club Officers


Dick Durand, President

Rich Heffernan, 1st Vice President

Dave Morton, 2nd Vice President

Jim Harper, Treasurer

Glenn St. Germain, Secretary

Al Williams, Director

Bob Grillo, Director

Buzz Vickers, Director

 

Our Founders


Alfred Corrente

Dave Peterson

Dennis Rebelo

Alan Schmied

Nelson Valles

Our mission


To encourage and support the preservation and maintenance of fishing areas within the Town of Narragansett and its vicinity.

To promote and maintain high standards of good sportsmanship among fisherman of all ages.

To provide children and young adults with a safe, positive learning environment.

To encourage courtesy, proper conduct and respect for our waterways and to support research and conservation efforts.