12 July 2014

• “Striped Bass Movement Patterns”


“In New England summer ends quickly. It is warm one day, cold the next. When the first frost comes, the kids are already back in school. Leaves begin to change.

”By now some of the striper population has only just made it to southern New England, others as far north as Mount Desert Island or Machias, Maine, or even into the mouth of great St. Lawrence River in Canada.

”With the change of the season, the fish turn south. Like a giant machine, they methodically reverse their course,….”

Please visit this link to read the full article: LinkToArticle

NOTE: Another article—”Cape Cod: Simplest Way To Catch A Striper At the Canal”—will be posted later today.


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