“Stripers travel south in the late fall, when they leave the Northeast. In the spring, most of the striped bass population spawns in Chesapeake Bay; there's also a population that spawns in the Hudson and the Delaware Rivers.
““If you remember, we had quite a bit of cold weather back in April,” Blinkoff said. “That's when the striped bass usually start to spawn in the Chesapeake. That cold weather delayed them quite a bit. And as a result, the big fish have been a little slow to arrive….”
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