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  1. The Striper Forum
    No luck yet up this end for me.:Marine: Me and my wife have been fishing here for years.backup.gif Most that fish the area know us. But anyways, we have BRAVED this cold, rainy, windy days & nights on the hunt. Nothing! The current is so strong. The water is super muddy. We used Bloods and...
  2. Hudson River
    Just curiuos , has anyone ever caught a striper on live , whole dead , or chunk herring south of the newburgh beacon bridge ? I've asked a lot of people who fish with both worms and herring , and there answers were no. I tried all last year and and now this year with live and nothing to show...
  3. Hudson River
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  4. Hudson River
    OK-so these things have been out for a few years now- seems people online always rave about the "regular" Fishbites bloodworms being a more than adequate substitute for the real thing baitwise in coastal, warmer waters. The Fast-Acting is their colder water version of the product, allegedly...
  5. The Striper Forum
    So how exactly does a Striper take into its mouth a Bloodworm or a piece of Bloodworm threaded on a hook? (which is pretty much the standard presentation where I fish the Spring Hudson run) I would imagine opening the mouth and sucking it in with a flare of the gills, but maybe it is more of a...
  6. Hudson River
    There are many bloodworm-substitute baits out there now- Fishbites Bag o Bloods, Seabait Bloodworm Potion, Maine Baits' Bloodworm liquid bait, some kind of "squid strip" in Bloodworm flavor, and perhaps others. Has anyone ever used any of these products for Striped Bass, seen them used, "heard...
  7. The Striper Forum
    I've been jumping around on the internet and also around my neghborhood and after looking at this year's bloodworm and sandworm prices I need to get some money invested in this industry. I realize that the folks in Maine don't make a great deal of money through the course of the year but if...
  8. Delaware River
    A dozen blood worms will cost you anywhere from $8.50 to 12 bucks. The dealers blame this increase on the price they have to pay for a "flat" of worms, which has increased by several dollars. Some dealers plan to cull out the larger worms and charge a premium price for those then sell the...
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