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Old 06-14-2010, 12:00 AM
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Default 2010 Striper Pictures - Photos of twenty ten fish

I caught this hybrid on a topwater lure back in May. The water was up and was a little murky. There was alot of debri on the water also. We caught a couple of short fish when this thing hit. Man what an explosion.

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Old 06-14-2010, 02:38 PM
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Finally put together the right place/right time thing this morning, after 3 previous mornings of chasing the bunker for either nothing, or small blues, I found one of the fish I'm looking for......took the fish 3 tries, but it finally inhaled a pencil and went for a little swim.
36 lbs 10 oz on my digital, new PB.
Now, I hope these fish stick around for a while.

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Finally put together the right place/right time thing this morning, after 3 previous mornings of chasing the bunker for either nothing, or small blues, I found one of the fish I'm looking for......took the fish 3 tries, but it finally inhaled a pencil and went for a little swim.
36 lbs 10 oz on my digital, new PB.
Now, I hope these fish stick around for a while.

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Old 06-14-2010, 08:12 PM
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Saturday -
Fished with my boys today and it was tough. No problem loading up on the bunker, but finding the bass was a different story. We had some chances, but the fish were picky and several followed the bunker without eating it.

The fish I have been following on the ocean were gone; whether they were netted up or just moved on, I don't know.

Ended up with two bass in the mid-teens, covering a lot of water to find them. Still, it's always good to be out on the water.

Oh yeah, Mike insisted on hooking his own fish. Nice job.

Sunday -
Fished this morning with Steve C. for stripers. Bunker were easy to come by, but we had to work for the bass. Finished up with six bass to 25 pounds (four over 20), and numerous other followers in addition to the usual live lining miscues.

Another highlight of the day was the big fluke that followed Stephen's live bunker up from the bottom. Too bad it didn't eat!

Great morning on the water - Thanks Steve!

Almost forgot - ALL FISH RELEASED
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Old 06-15-2010, 06:35 PM
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Went out to try my hand at Fluke yesterday. Organized my Fluke gear, loaded the boat for Fluke, and headed out for Fluke. I did bring two striper outfits just in case.

No luck from 9-1pm. Just small fish making off with my squid. I stop for about 10 minutes for a sandwich and a cold drink. Off in the distance I sea some birds gathering between the cannal and the old channel. I also see some splashing on the flats so I decided to take a look.

First cast I catch myself a healthy 9" striper. I was happy that I did not get skunked. I was drifting pretty fast and on my next cast I caught a 25" striper. I headed back to start over. In approx. 200 yards of drifting I caught 3-5 fish, all approx 26"-27". Back to the starting point and this time I decided to start closer to the canal. I drifted and did not catch anything on my first few casts so I thought I would go back and start closer, but I got one more cast in and Bingo.......I caught a 32" striper

About 20 fish in all I guess. Was a great time. Tried again today. The fish were there but smaller and less frequent. A good time all the same!
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Old 06-17-2010, 05:15 PM
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Had a small front move through that dropped temps by more than 10 degrees on the 15-16th so I figured I should make a run at the fish. Brought along dad and buddy of mine. Weather was low to mid 80's, clear and moderatly breezy because of the low pressure moving. Ended up w/ 8 stripers total, culled the two smallest ones as not to be over limit. All 20in plus. Largest 5lbs. Also pulled up 5 cats. All were small w/ one 3lb. yellow belly the only cat of any size. Caught all the fish on a variety of bait. Bloodworms, nightcrawlers, and frozen shad all were taken. We also threw Spooks, Pencil poppers, 9in swimbait, and a lg. swimming tube w/ 3/4 oz jig head on and off the entire time w/ no takers:( 13 fish total in about 5 hours.
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Had a small front move through that dropped temps by more than 10 degrees on the 15-16th so I figured I should make a run at the fish. Brought along dad and buddy of mine. Weather was low to mid 80's, clear and moderatly breezy because of the low pressure moving. Ended up w/ 8 stripers total, culled the two smallest ones as not to be over limit. All 20in plus. Largest 5lbs. Also pulled up 5 cats. All were small w/ one 3lb. yellow belly the only cat of any size. Caught all the fish on a variety of bait. Bloodworms, nightcrawlers, and frozen shad all were taken. We also threw Spooks, Pencil poppers, 9in swimbait, and a lg. swimming tube w/ 3/4 oz jig head on and off the entire time w/ no takers:( 13 fish total in about 5 hours.

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fishing is great here at skinner.
i must warn you, do not throw crawlers, unless you want easy limits on gills and stripers.
caught a healthy bass on creature bait.
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fishing is great here at skinner.
i must warn you, do not throw crawlers, unless you want easy limits on gills and stripers.
caught a healthy bass on creature bait.
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Default 2010 Striper Pictures - Photos of twenty ten fish

The river is back down and still a little murky. Mooneyes and Shad on the menu today. I did catch 2 on a Boy Howdy prop bait after noticing some surface activity. Biggest today was maybe 6 lbs. I hope the river stabilizes now.
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The river is back down and still a little murky. Mooneyes and Shad on the menu today. I did catch 2 on a Boy Howdy prop bait after noticing some surface activity. Biggest today was maybe 6 lbs. I hope the river stabilizes now.
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A couple of photos of a great night fishing with our friend the "King of Eels". Many thanks Roc from myself and Meghan.
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We hit the Cape for some striper action this past weekend and ended up with 12 keepers in 2 days. Some had orange eggs inside of them. Does anyone know why they wouldn't have spawned?
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