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My first striped bass experience could not have been more fun. Despite a bit of rain, my old pal Pete Scott had us in fish for most of the day. We started a bit slow, learning the strip and sink … Continue reading →
MA Fishermen are Struggling to Catch Stripers – Does That Mean We Should Open More Days to Commercial Fishing?
By this time of year, the Massachusetts’ commercial striped bass fishing season is usually in the books.The post MA Fishermen are Struggling to Catch Stripers – Does That Mean We Should Open More Days to Commercial Fishing? appeared first on On The Water.
Half Mile Beach, Maine Well known for its striped bass, Half Mile Beach attracts schools of fish and plenty of fishers particularly in June...[[ follow the link to see the full post ]]
How-To Discover how pros fish rip lines in the Northeast for striped bass, bluefish and more Catch more striped bass and bluefish in rips, using the tactics of these experts…
Years of experience and insight combine forces in crafting this amazing new offering to the top water striped bass scene!The post Featured Lure: Daddy Mac Bobby Rice Series RD Bomb appeared first on On The Water.
Dragged myself away from the Gyros and Souvlaki for a just two short LRF sessions in Skiathos, Greece. The variety was pretty good. Good numbers of Gilthead Bream with the odd Annular mixed in. Then I managed to stick an Aquawave Ami in a Striped Red Mullet - good one to tick off. Add to(...)
As memorable as the strike of a big striped bass and its initial runs are, landing a sizable fish from the low vantage point of a kayak is also a big reward.The post Kayak-Fishing Rips And Reefs appeared first on On The Water.
How-To 11 top striped bass experts reveal their go-to lures Top striped bass lures as chosen by 11 striper experts and tips on how to fish them…
Is striped bass fishing during the June moon really worthy of all the hype it receives?The post The Moon In June: Myth or Magic? appeared first on On The Water.
To be introduced at next month’s ICAST, the LIVETARGET Atlantic Mackerel Swimbait is said to combine biologically precise anatomical features and colour patterns with a realistic action and robust saltwater components to create a new standard in artificial lures for striped bass. Unique three-dimensional anatomical features, including fins, tail, head and eyes, couple with a […]The post ICAST debut for LIVETARGET Atlantic Mackerel appeared first on Angling International.