30 June 2013

• “Striper Fishing During the Cinder Worm Hatch”


“The surface was alive with thousands of tiny worms darting under the lights in erratic circles. Stripers rolled on the surface as far as I could see.


”I’d stumbled upon something epic: a hatch of cinder worms, ­perhaps the most fascinating, mysterious and simultaneously frustrating phenomena in Northeast saltwater fishing. Not only are the stripers that feed on them incredibly hard to fool, the hatch itself is elusive.”

Read the full article at this link: SaltWaterSportsman.com


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