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Creek mouths aren't the usual this time of year. You need to be thinking about the backs of the creeks. The striper bite has been hit or miss, the trout bite has stayed pretty good. Work your baits slow, when you think you're working slow enough, slow down some more. Very light and subtle twitches as well.

For stripers, concentrate on main river ledges. Cast a buck tail or soft plastic onto the shallow side of the ledge and slowly work it down. They'll likely hit on the fall. There has also been a few hanging around the bridges. Good luck and post up a report.
 

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Creek mouths aren't the usual this time of year. You need to be thinking about the backs of the creeks. The striper bite has been hit or miss, the trout bite has stayed pretty good. Work your baits slow, when you think you're working slow enough, slow down some more. Very light and subtle twitches as well.

For stripers, concentrate on main river ledges. Cast a buck tail or soft plastic onto the shallow side of the ledge and slowly work it down. They'll likely hit on the fall. There has also been a few hanging around the bridges. Good luck and post up a report.
Trying to stay on the trent, so hopeful that will be productive. don't have a whole lot of time, and was hoping to stay closer to the house.
 
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