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  1. NCangler
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      Thumbs up Fishing for Striped Bass on the Roanoke River


    Restoration of the Albemarle Sound/Roanoke River striped bass population has resulted in a world-class fishery enjoyed by thousands of anglers each year. Each spring, beginning in March, striped bass in Albemarle Sound begin their spawning migration up the Roanoke River. The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission opens a limited striped bass harvest season on the Roanoke River for anglers who enjoy turning their catches into delicious table fare. Timing of the striped bass harvest season, along wi

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  2. NCangler
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      Post Crossing the Line(s), North Carolina Estuarine Striped Bass.

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    Albemarle Striped Bass
    by Capt. Gary Dubiel

    North Carolina’s Department of Marine Fisheries (DMF) and Wildlife Resources Commission (WRC) have established a complex management system to maintain a massive number of resident striped bass in the Albemarle/Pamlico Sound and Roanoke River. Once reduced to numbers small enough to make recreation fishing hardly worth the effort, “line siders” have now become the shining star of the Tar Heel State’s spring recreational fishery. Achiev
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    Author:: Capt. Gary Dubiel
  3. NCangler
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      Post Albemarle Striped Bass

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    Albemarle Striped Bass
    by Capt. Gary Dubiel

    The Albemarle-Roanoke estuarine stripers live in a vast area of water during the course of the year. Their wintering grounds are directly to the west of the Northern Outer Banks of North Carolina. Such famous beach towns as Nags Head and Kitty Hawk are a stones through away from outstanding fishing. Although boat anglers have an advantage over wade fisherman, shore anglers do stand a reasonable chance to get into fine striper fishing
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    Author:: Capt. Gary Dubiel
  4. NCangler
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    Back to School
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      Post The Thermal Optimum

    Read any fishing article about a given species, and you will almost always find some commentary about the best water temperature to find or catch the fish. Anglers, especially fly fishermen — as well as marine biologists and oceanographers — generally concur that water temperature is one of the most important components in determining where fish will be and how they behave. Most fish are cold-blooded, which means they do not control their internal body warmth and thus are strongly influenced by... [Read More]
    Author:: Dr. David Ross
  5. NCangler
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      Thumbs up Using Water Bugz Planer Boards - Freshwater Reservoir Tactics

    Using Water Bugz Planer Boards - Freshwater Reservoir Tactics
    by Jeff Tomlin

    This technique works best for live bait and can be modified depending on how fast you troll. I use a Minnkota power drive unit and typically run between speed #3-#5, or for others it is just a slow troll just enough to keep your baits off the bottom. The technique will keep your bait near the bottom of the water column and the stripers that are in less than 30` of water are usually close to that bottom.
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    Author:: Jeff Tomlin

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