02 October 2014

• Striped Bass In Fast Water


“By nature, stripers are opportunistic feeders. They will use both structure and moving water to help them gain a distinct advantage when feeding on baitfish. This is especially true in the late summer and early fall when water temperatures are at their highest and resident bass are looking to expend as little energy as possible to secure a meal.

”Rivers, inlets, canals, and other fast-water areas will hold plenty of bass in early September, when the fish set up shop in the fast-moving currents, waiting for a meal to be swept past.”

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