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Hey whats up all? I moved here from so cal about a year ago and Im really starting to miss saltwater fishing...I here its almost time for big strippers to start biting and im curious on what type outfit is ideal for strippers and any pointers in getting started this time of year? Bill.
 

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Re: getting started for strippers?

Bill & Lewis - Welcome to NC Angler. Yup it's striper time (versus strippers.....lol). I'm sure our Striper forum moderator (Sniper) and others on the board can help you out with any specific questions you might have.

Here are a few articles here on NC Angler that maybe of interest to you as well.

http://www.ncangler.com/forums/f45/albemarle-striped-bass-942/
http://www.ncangler.com/forums/f45/crossing-line-s-north-carolina-estuarine-striped-bass-932/
http://www.ncangler.com/forums/f45/surf-fishing-outer-banks-north-carolina-806/

Good Luck & Catch em up!
 

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Re: getting started for strippers?

I've found that strippers go after the guys who tip them big the most. And some of them truly are largemouths. Oh wait. He meant stripers. Sorry, my mistake.:D
 

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lol -good one d..


i do fish for in-land stripers. during the winter months mostly. inland stripers do not get as big as salty's. a big inland striper would probly go 18-20 pounds where as salty's can be real big -having seen several over 40 pounds- average striper probly in the 5 pound range for inland. still fun to fish for though..

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