29 July 2013

• Maryland Fishing Report


“I was cleaning [striped bass] yesterday and surprised to find the stomach's of both fish completely empty. One was a robust looking striper of 22 inches and the other a scrawny 18.5 inches. No silversides, bunker or spot. Not even remnants of forage, at least what the eye could make out.

"I found it curious because the area where I caught them -- the east pilings of the Bay Bridge -- was loaded with natural bait. But the [stripers] still hit a 5-inch glow white Bust 'Em Baits soft plastic on a 3/4-ounces jighead.”

Read the full article at this link: CapitalGazette.com


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