Running the the Coast is the first ever film series to cover the entire striped bass migration. It spans the seasons of spring, summer and fall as the road trip intercepts migrating fish over 1000 miles of fishing adventures. The journey begins in the Chesapeake Bay and travels north through New Jersey and New York City to Long Island and on to Nantucket and Maine before returning to Montauk and Martha's Vineyard for the dramatic fall season of the migration.
Special features include: an open tackle bag of personal lures with surfcasting guru Bill Wetzel, as well as step-by-step fly tying tutorials from Bob Popovics and Paul Dixon.
Pink Floyd's Roger Waters rides along in search of the infamous Montauk blitz and then takes time to recite an unplugged personal tune after the fishing day.