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Old 05-27-2009, 08:00 AM
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Default Re: So, the canal finally blew up this weekend

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Old 05-29-2009, 03:05 PM
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Wink 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

I caught this in the Warwick Area Last Night . It measured 37 1/2 inches . Boy was I excited !!!!!!
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Old 05-29-2009, 10:24 PM
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Default 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

Here's a pic of what I caught today





























Yep. It's a picture of nothing......ugh
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Old 05-30-2009, 08:43 AM
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Default Re: 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

Though I didn't get out as much as I would have liked we did manage a few on the fly in the Hudson.

left photo is Bill Henry's striper. Bill has the use of only one arm and uses a Franco Vivarelli pump action reel it was pretty cool seeing him fight that fish one handed.

right photo is from just this past Monday night
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Old 05-30-2009, 06:01 PM
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Default Re: 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

Hudson river spring run. 45lb
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Old 05-31-2009, 12:44 AM
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Default 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

My son caught his first keeper today. Well actually he got a 28" earlier in the day then landed this 39 1/2". Got it on live tinker macs in merrrimac during the last 2 hours of the incoming tide. We boated four others that were decent size also. Had a great time sun was out and so were the fish........
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Old 06-02-2009, 03:59 PM
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Default 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

Went out in the middle of the rain-storm on the 31st around 4pm. I was the only one on the beach, an eerie feeling with dark clouds overhead. Two casts - two keepers. Floated fresh macks, without a sinker, and man did they hit HARD.

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Old 06-02-2009, 10:25 PM
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Default 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

Just returned home from the point. Two hours of drifting macks without any action... then BANG. 33" hit a chunk and ripped line off my baitrunner




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Old 06-03-2009, 08:32 PM
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Default 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

ANGLER II did not make it off the dock today. Those who were thinking of coming out today but didn't because of a few sprinkles.....BIG MISTAKE. Capt Rich's charter on the Xpress was non stop bass at every drop. Fish to 25 lbs many in the 20's early limit and then catch and release fun for some fun. Pics from yesterday's ANGLER II trip. Andy from NJ took the pool.
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Old 06-04-2009, 09:20 PM
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The striper shown in the attached photo was caught this week on the latest version of the Gotstryper bait. Pretty nice fish at 47 inches and 42 pounds.
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Old 06-08-2009, 10:48 AM
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Default 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

CHRIST there were a lot of boats out yesterday. Only managed one fish all day. Spent the rest of the day fishing for macks and weaving through anchored boats. At least it was a decent fish. 42" 24 lbs on live macs.
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Old 06-09-2009, 12:47 PM
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Thumbs up 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

We had Mike out for a short Surf fishing trip out of Moriches Long Island New york. his persistance paid off with a nice 36" Striper taken on a chicken scratch bomber retreived slowly to entice the hit. the fish gave him a good tussel and really tested his drag! he dropped a few more fish. the fish were not in an agressive feeding mood with the end of the full moon and east winds. The fishing should pick up later in the week on the down side of the moon.
P.S. we have surf and Boat trip openings this month and next.
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Old 06-09-2009, 03:17 PM
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Default 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

Report: 6/4-6/9 2009
Location: Boston harbor/Quincy Bay
Fly Fishing
Flies used: Deceivers, Bunkers, and Eels

Pogies have been schooling in and around the harbor consistently for the past 5 mornings. They have been a little tricky to find due to overcast skies and lack of birds. I have had some luck spotting breaking fish in and around spectacle and long island on the outgoing tide. Airport and quincy have been reletively dead as far as early moring top water action is concerned.

Deceivers have been working well in darker hues (Olive, brown etc) I also have had some luck with some bunker patterns and other broadsided flies. I have been working some intermediate sink lines in the lower tides and have had a lot of success. I find its good to get the flies down before beginning a typical deceiver retrieve.

The skoolies have been striking well but the big boys have been reluctant to take anything but chunk bait... its been tough to get them to really consistently strike my flies.

I have however seen a lot of very productive fishing from others using chunk baits and strung mackrel. Tide is a little rough for early mornings this week but if you can find the pogies breaking you're golden.





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Old 06-10-2009, 01:01 PM
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Default 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

They wanted to catch some east cost striped bass and by the end of the day sore arms were in order. Some stripers were caught on topwater, but the majority were caught deep. Moving around is a must to locate some nice schools of fish.
They had the pleasure of catching a few triples during the trip.

They flew back home yesterday with found memories of our Chesapeake Bay.

Equipment Used: Light spinning tackle.

Most Productive Lure: 5" Bass Assassin in Silver/Glitter rigged on a 1/2 ounce jighead.

Most Productive Technique: Casting out, jigging the lure off the bottom, and then running it through all the water columns.

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Old 06-10-2009, 06:04 PM
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Default 2009 SEASON !!!! Pictures - Fresh and Saltwater stripers

Lake Texoma elevation is 621.29 (just over 2 ft. above normal) and the water temperature is 77į. The fishing is unchanged and they are still biting as fast as you can get bait down. I caught a 50 fish limit Sunday morning in about 45 minutes and probably released another 20-30 more fish. We had our limit by 8:30. The fishing slowed down around 9:00 AM but we caught fish until my group got ready to call it quits around 10:00. All my fish have been caught anchored in 40 ft. of water near the river channel using live shad 3-5 cranks off the bottom. There are also lots of fish being caught in the deep water fishing with live shad 40 ft. down in 70 ft. of water. The shad are still spawning along the banks in the morning and Iíve been hearing a couple of reports of some topwater success but I have not tried it yet.

When I catch a quick limit, I give my customers the option of catching and releasing, going cat fishing, or trying for a big fish. The past few trips, my customers have decided to try for a big fish. We might not catch 1-2 fish the rest of the trip but they will be BIG. Pictured below are the fish from Saturday and Sundayís trips. June and July are some of my favorite months to fish. I have caught more big fish in those 2 months than the rest of the year combined. Now is the time to come fishing for the big ones.

June is starting to fill up, I still have a couple of weekend slots available but there are still lots of options left in July. My prices are $125/person, children and active military are half price when accompanied with 2 full price adults. You can book your trip online at www.stripersinc.com or you can call me anytime at (903)815-1609 and Iíll get you set up.

Your Lake Texoma Fishing Guide,
Brian Prichard
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