This question is for the veteran striper fisherman on this forum. I've only been striper fishing for about four years now and I'm starting to notice that the bite slows down A LOT when the herring are very abundant in the river. Am I crazy or have any of you guys noticed this as well? My (completely unscientific) theory is that when there is a lot of herring in the water, the stripers have a lot more bait to choose from, therefore the chances of them biting the herring on your line diminishes substantially. Also if this theory is true, does anyone have any ideas how to make the herring on your line more..."appetizing" than the others swimming around freely?