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Category: Striped Bass

Striped Bass Winter Fishing

You’ll find excellent fishing opportunities in colder waters. Winter striped bass fishing is a simple affair and easy to learn.   At the turn of the fall season, striped bass follow shad into smaller streams and feed...

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Striped Bass Summer Fishing

This is Striper season. The best fishing is during the summer months, especially in the northeast along the coast of eastern Canada and into the St Lawrence.   And the best night fishing is along the central coast of North...

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Striped Bass Reproduction Facts

When river temperatures reach 55°F/13°C in the Spring, Striper bass begin to swim upstream from the ocean. However for those that are land locked, spawning is successful in only a few places like Lake Texoma, which is a deep reservoir in Texas. Spawning doesn’t actually occur until the river temperature reaches about 60°F/16°C.

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Striped Bass Distribution Facts

The adult stripers spend their natural adult lives in the ocean.   The Striped Bass has been introduced at scattered locations throughout the central United States as far west as the Colorado River in Arizona, and at...

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Smallmouth Bass prefer cool, oxygen rich water.

Therefore, try streams and rivers with fast moving water. Smallmouth can also be found behind brush or other debris and where rocks breach the surface, creating oxygen rich water.

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