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    I got out for a few hours after work today and found striped bass and white bass feeding pretty good. I caught everything on white sassy shads and a certain colored Bomber crankbait you might be able to make out. The fish were feeding in 14' - 24' of water and the best action was after 5:00pm. Best News To Date! First striper double of the year...details and more pics here... https://adventurenaturewriting.com/2...lake-stripers/
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    Yesterday was good too...
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    That's awesome! I still need to try that one day

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    Darn, wife has been enforcing the honey DO list !
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    Nice. Still have to strike stripers off my list.
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    Thanks fellas.

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    Well this is the time of year to do it. Now through the end of summer is the time you can come across them in good numbers schooled up on lakes. They are moving away from spawning runs (false or real) and back onto main lakes. Tie on some sassy shads and bucktails and put in the time and you'll findem.
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    Nice. Still have to strike stripers off my list.
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    Thanks for the tip.

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    Well this is the time of year to do it. Now through the end of summer is the time you can come across them in good numbers schooled up on lakes. They are moving away from spawning runs (false or real) and back onto main lakes. Tie on some sassy shads and bucktails and put in the time and you'll findem.
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