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Fly-Fishing for Striped Bass…

There are anglers who exclusively fly-fish for stripers. I’m not one of them. I love to fish plugs, even bait. But there’s something awesome about targeting striped bass on fly gear. Maybe it’s the challenge. Or perhaps it’s the excitement from moments like when you unfurl a perfect loop to ...

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Where to Catch Striped Bass…

Where to Catch Striped Bass in California By Angelo Cuanang San Francisco Bay striper fishermen get serious in the spring, when school fish from 3 to 12 pounds begin responding well to both live baits and artificial lures. During the spring season, boating anglers do best from lower San Pablo ...

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Trophy Striped Bass in Connecticut…

It was 6 p.m., and we still had some ­daylight to tempt big stripers in the shallows with our free-lined menhaden. Suddenly, a large boil disturbed the calm surface, followed by a powerful tail slap that sent my bait sailing into the air. In an instant, a 40-pounder engulfed the ...

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New Fishing Gear for 2019…

With a new season upon us, it’s time to dust off the gear, replace some standbys, and maybe add something spiffy to your kit. Here’s a few ideas to help keep your tools, apparel and essential gear up to date and in top order so you can concentrate on the ...

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A Guide to the Striped Bass Seasons and Migrations…

From Canada’s Maritime Provinces to the beaches of North Carolina and even Northern California, stripers thrive as ocean predators, tidal river marauders and estuarine raiders. Striped bass season is year-round, and these are all places where anglers intercept them throughout the year. Pursued by surf-casters and boat fishermen alike, they’ll ...

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All About Striped Bass…

Classic California Stripers By Angelo Cuanang San Francisco Bay striper fishermen get serious in the spring, when school fish from 3 to 12 pounds begin responding well to both live baits and artificial lures. During the spring season, boating anglers do best from lower San Pablo Bay south to Bluff ...

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Tools for Landing Fish…

Most of us load more rods and tackle on our boats than we actually need, yet we forget or simply choose not to carry the few items that facilitate boating and releasing the fish we catch. Space constraints, primarily an issue for small-boat owners, is the most frequent deterrent. But ...

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How to Fish for Striped Bass…

From Canada’s Maritime Provinces to the beaches of North Carolina and even Northern California, stripers thrive as ocean predators, tidal river marauders and estuarine raiders; these are all places where anglers intercept them throughout the year. Pursued by surf-casters and boat fishermen alike, they’ll hit live or dead baits, plugs, ...

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Best Cobia Baits…

Known by several aliases (ling, lemonfish, crab eaters), cobia, a popular and nomadic game fish, frequent the entire Gulf Coast and Atlantic seaboard as far north as Chesapeake Bay. Bigger fish approach triple-digit weights and often slurp down bright bucktail jigs, swim baits and large streamer flies. Yet cobia can ...

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Accessories for Trolling Motor Protection…

The latest generation of saltwater trolling motors are made to endure abuse. From sealed electronic boards to corrosion-resistant finishes and hardware, they are designed for extended service. Sea conditions aren’t always ideal, however, so no matter how durable the shafts and the head units are, both remain subject to vibration ...

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