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Thursday, 31 October 2013 01:00

The Trick To Receive The Treat

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On Halloween night I decided to hit the dock lights at night in hopes of finding a few stripers. I knew that with cooling temps, the fall feed, and some quality intel, that my chances would pretty good. I approached my first couple docks with no success, but I pushed on, hopping from dock to dock till I found some activity.


Generally, I look for the ones that have surface activity i.e.. fish popping, fleeing bait etc. I also have found that for me the docks near the deeper water, and faster current seem to hold more striper. I like to keep my yak into the current, cast up current, and just let my lure drift back with the current like a normal baitfish presentation, just outside of the shadow of the light line.

This particular evening I was using a Bass Assassin paddle tail on a 3/16 once weighted hook, but as most of you know when there feeding you can just about throw anything.

virginia striper kayak fishing october

striper thumb

A raw thumb is a good day of fishing!

As October comes to a close the striper bite will only get better thru November and December so go get LIMITED-OUT

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Robert Lee

 Robert lee(aka-rlee48) hails from Virginia Beach Va. and in his back yard,he fishes one of the most incredible fishing estuaries in this great nation, the Mighty Chesapeake Bay. Robert can be found targeting, Flounder, Reds, striper and trout from his Native Slayer 14.5 .He's a member of the Native pro staff team and also one half of Yaktastic Adventures (kayak fishing film makers)

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