Striped Bass Fishing Forums Forum banner
guys
1-20 of 92 Results
  1. The Striper Forum
    How long do you make your leaders for your tandem rigs you pull on your planer board rods? I'm new to planer board fishing, I've got to make up some rigs and I want to get them fishing right. Thanks for any info in advance.
  2. Alabama Stripers
    It's been a while. Anyone doing anything good at the big G lately?
  3. Hudson River
    Just curious since I have only done the migration once and saw everybody fishing with Herring. I had to resort to cutting a couple dead ones up on the beach. Anyways I get bored just standing there so would rather as usual have one pole out and cast with the other. Is it worth it in...
  4. Hudson River
    I took this pic yesterday on my way over the Kingston-Rhinecliff bridge. This pic is looking north. I couldn't get one looking south, but the river was even more open! Old man winter's losing his grip!
  5. Hudson River
    Seems alot of guys give up around dark. Maybe because they have day jobs? Or is the activity low at night?
  6. Upper Hudson River Striper Club
    I must say i am enjoying the fact our "upper" crew is doing so well with fish. :icon_thumright: Reports daily and everybody catching fish ... what a season we are having !!! woohoo.gif Keep it going boys, kickin' bass and taking names :mental: At work now but looking forward to 4 mores days...
  7. Rhode Island Fishing
    Im still stuck on getting up at 0330 and wilaughing7.gifshing i was setting up on the bass. laughing7.gif
  8. New Jersey
    I live in FL now and don't do much Striper Fishing anymore. Down here I fish for Snook and thought you guys would like the video. Let me know what you think...
  9. New Member Introductions
    I'm new here.Live in central Pa. and do a lot of fluke and striper fishing out of New Jersey.Raretin Bay is my favorite spot.Tye bucktail jigs and they work very good for me.Have a 1989 Sea Nymph CC-191.Probably fish once a month there.Glad to get some crisism on my jigs.Anybody needs any...
  10. Saltwater Species
    New to the site.Hello there.I'm a fluke fanatic.Own a 19' Sea Nymph CC-191.Do a bunch of fluke fishing in New Jersey.I'm out of upstate Pa.I tie a mean bucktail and can hang with the best.Have a three day fluke trip coming up on the 23 thru 25 this month.Should be some fantastic pics coming your...
  11. Hudson River
    Hey We're a bunch of firemen who decided to try for the stripers on the Hudson this year rather than largemouth in the lakes. We've been out 5 times now and only have one 23 lb fish to show for all our efforts. We're sailing out of Croton on Hudson. We've fished down by the Tappan Zee bridge a...
  12. New Member Introductions
    I'm Earl and I'm new to the site. I live in Orange County and this is my 2nd year fishing for Stripers out of Newburgh. My friend Dave and I fished tuesday just north of the Newburgh Beacon bridge by the red bouy. We fished from 7am-2pm and caught 14 total fish from 21in to 29in. No big fish but...
  13. Hudson River
    i have off from school the 13 to the 19 of april do you guy think they will arrive soon?:blob1: :sign4:
  14. Saltwater Tackle Shop
    I'm 240 lbs and 6'3", 36" inseam. Does anyone know if the Herkules 16 bibs in 2XL would fit me? Thanks...
  15. New Member Introductions
    I am a convert coming over from the bass fishing side. I plan on selling my Ranger this fall and picking up a center console boat. I plan on getting some tips on rigs, seasonal movement of fish and boats talk on here and I know there is a ton info here. If anyone lives in the NC area and...
  16. New Member Introductions
    hey to all. new to the club lookin forward to learnin all the great things about striper fishing cant wait to land a big'n at raystown.:mental:
  17. Connecticut
    Maybe somewhere general on the surf in ct...
  18. Surfcasting Central
    The last few years I have attempted to try and get my legs in shape to traverse the soft sand, the slimy rocks and the marches to distant spots all the while fending off mosquitos. For me each year it gets increasingly difficult. The stamina is almost gone. A few fish and im lying down on a...
  19. Hunting / Game
    Beloved "Bozo" the Black Bear Shot Dead Seventy-one-year-old Leroy Lewis had a unique friend: an almost 900-pound black bear he had been feeding by hand for 17 years. He named the bear Bozo. On the first day of Pennsylvania's new archery season, a hunter shot Bozo dead in the animal's Poconos...
  20. New Jersey
    I was there last year and they had a very good turn out with some descent bargains. It is this Sunday Dec5th at the Park Ave School in Freehold NJ on Rt 33 . I figured it beat sitting around doing nothing LOL. Oh yeah door opens at 9
1-20 of 92 Results
Top