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User: danthesignman
Comment: Where's the beef....er I mean fish? Running in NH ?????
Date: 07/05/13 09:25 AM

User: crappieking
Comment: Can't lie stripers are amazing to eat, but only take what you can eat, and especially release all bass over 30lbs. It is vital that these fish be released to maintain the species stock.
Date: 05/15/13 06:22 PM

User: johnyak
Comment: The description of the Striped Bass in the last sentence stated that they are not much of a fighter. I beg to differ, they are a great fighting fish and they will fight all the way to the boat. They are a GREAT SPORT FISH!!!
Date: 07/15/12 02:02 PM

User: anglerman13
Comment: matt u caught one
Date: 06/05/12 08:24 AM

User: anglerman17
Comment: sooooo great to catch and to eat, gotta love these guys!!
Date: 06/03/12 06:06 PM

User: riverrat82
Comment: CANNOT WAIT until mid-september ! They're comin soon guyz! The Charter I go out on is seriously kick ass ! the name on Steve's boat outta rock harbor can be found in my pictures-or you can look him up online- GUARUNTEED KEEPERZzzz
Date: 08/23/11 10:51 AM

User: meat7gtk
Comment: My favorite Saltwater fish! And delicious too!
Date: 07/06/11 02:15 PM

User: riverrat82
Comment: by far and away my favorite fish to both catch and cook. I'be probably presented this fish to 100's of family and friends over the years in 100's of ways
Date: 07/03/11 12:07 PM

User: jakef
Comment: This page sure doesn't have many posts... Here's a photo to liven the mood a bit ;) They'll be here before we know it. Ya'll ready?


Date: 04/14/11 05:46 PM

User: catfish_polak
Comment: i caught a nice 31 incher down by groten on live bait, put up a hell of a fight!
Date: 04/10/11 08:09 PM

User: steventhegreat
Comment: i remember staying the summer with my uncle on the warrior river in walker county alabama and him taking me fishing and just catching these all day long,very beautiful fish.
Date: 03/30/11 12:28 AM

User: roaminangler
Comment: Back in the late 60's my dad and I would fish behind Logan Martin Dam from the bank and wear 'em out . The Coosa River system had'nt been stocked with Saltwater Stripes that long and the experiment looked as if it was working . I thank whoever took that chance . It worked in the Santee- Cooper system and now is even in the west . Back in the 60's my dad and I would go to K-mart and get a card of 20 white Shysters and I would lose most of them , but we caught alot of fish . I did'nt care how much they cost , he bought them . You don't see many Shysters around nowadays, I think I lost them in the rocks .
Date: 03/15/11 10:52 PM

User: spidercrab
Comment: can't wait for the spring striper run. i like using my freshwater outfit to catch the schoolies. a small swimmer usually works well. i also like using the storm soft shad paddle tail type lures as well. when i'm targeting the cows, i'll use my surf rod and be heaving 2-3 oz. lures. had luck last year around the herring run at the cape cod canal as well as the jetty on the east end near scusset beach.
Date: 02/22/11 01:19 AM

User: davetroy
Comment: Stripers are running south of Wethersfield Cove chasing alewives now. Great nightfishing opportunity. Saw some guys pull up a 40" striper with mackerel bait tonight fishing flats by the Wethersfield Cove.
Date: 05/19/10 09:10 PM

User: dad1553
Comment: At this time I catch a lot of schoolies, with the occational 30 incherdown the street from my house and for now thats ok.
Date: 11/14/09 05:01 PM

User: bassprochuck
Comment: You might try the freshwater variety during the summer months. A good spot to do this is the Santee Cooper Chain, lakes Marion and Moultire in South Carolina. Try fishing the deeper holes in the river channels with live herring under a sliding float. We have tore them up for many summers there using this method. And stripers have been found to 100 lbs in these lakes a few times in the past so the potential is out there for a new world record as well. And they are land-locked so they ain't going far! Good fishing


Date: 06/04/09 09:56 PM

User: jahnman
Comment: The striper in Virginia are going nuts in the James River all the way up at Richmond right now. Trophy Season just ended, but the slot season is getting hotter every day.


Date: 05/19/09 03:32 PM

User: thetrexster46
Comment: Hello everyone, can anyone tell me when is the best time to go fishing for stripe ball and where? Thank you
Date: 05/08/09 04:17 PM

User: hdfatboy
Comment: block island, the north rip, anytime in the summer
Date: 04/02/09 11:31 PM

User: hdfatboy
Comment: live line porgys in early may and crush the STRIPERS
Date: 04/02/09 11:30 PM

User: jess
Comment: Fish the cape cod canal! Stripers always run thru there.
Plymouth beach is good for surf castin too!
Date: 03/07/09 10:33 AM

User: paulob
Comment: Any cool spots in MA that anyone knows of?

Thanks!
Date: 07/06/08 12:38 PM

User: striperhughie
Comment: lol we fish the same spots...cape may poverty beach 4/15 no luck and LBI on 5/6 with only 2 skates and alotta bites....the bait and tackle at the peir notrh of island has the best surf clams 60 cents a piece
Date: 05/09/08 06:13 PM

User: krharris9
Comment: I fished for stripers 5/4 and 5/5 in the surf at Brigantine and Cape May, NJ. Nothing, despite wide variety of baits and long hours. Stopped at LBI but report from tackle shop little in the surf right now. Also fished Brigantine 2 days last week. No luck
Date: 05/07/08 04:04 PM

User: striperhughie
Comment: anyone have luck in the '08 season yet surf fishing for stripers in Jersey. the water temp is 50 degrees and should be migrating soon....made 2 trips already one surf and one in the bay no big ones yet
Date: 04/24/08 04:18 PM



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