The Creek Chub Striper Strike is a combination topwater/slow-sinking lure.

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School's In For Stripers

August 19, 2016

As stripers begin to school, watch for three signs to find them.

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Stop The Slide

March 1, 2016

Use a bobber stop to create a lighter-weight Carolina rig. 

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Bomber Model A Lands Record

January 5, 2016

Tom Bellomo set a new Utah state record recently using a Bomber Model A.

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Striped bass are schooling fish by nature, but when anglers talk about schooling stripers they’re usually talking about the melee that ensues when these predators push a school of bait to the surface. It’s a lot like a fireworks show, with explosions occurring in every direction. Fishing doesn’t get more exciting.

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0 Comments | Posted in Striper Fishing Tips By Lurenet

Stripers prefer water temperature around 55- to 68-degrees. If the water is too hot, they may feed shallow occasionally, but quickly return to the oxygenated rich, cooler water. Same goes for extremely cold water. But between the two extremes comes your best bet for some of the most exciting fishing freshwater has to offer.

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0 Comments | Posted in Striper Fishing Tips By Lurenet

Below is a press release the Arizona Game & Fish Department on a new state record striper caught Monday on one of the best topwater baits of all time, the Heddon Super Spook. I received no answer when I phoned angler John Davis this morning but left a message asking him to return my call so I can provide more details on this great day on the water. And yes, that's John and his fish in the photo.

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0 Comments | Posted in Striper Fishing Tips By Lurenet

Only one lure sounds like the chugging, spitting, dog-walking Cotton Cordell Pencil Popper. That action and sound attracts stripers and big bass from long distances resulting in heart pounding vicious strikes; however, there is more to fishing a pencil popper than just casting it out and walking it. You have to know when to fish it and where. After you know when and where, you should fine-tune your presentation with size and color pattern to maximize your catch-rate.

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