You can read The Jordan Lake Blog on this site for some tips and tricks.
One of your best options is to join the Jordan Lake Striper Club
Troy and I formed the club back in August of 2004 and we have around 60 members every year.
We have demonstrations and presentations at our meetings and many guys that will take rookies under their wing and help them learn.
Our goal is to unite local striper fishermen who are concerned about conservation issues that pertain to Jordan Lake. We are especially interested in decisions that directly impact the management of Jordan Lake's striped bass population. We work closely with the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission fish biologists and other local fisheries professionals to ensure the health of the resource.
We are a family-oriented club that opens our regular meetings to anyone at no cost or obligation. Our guest speakers will present different fishing techniques that are guaranteed to enhance your skill level. As a club member, you can apply these new techniques at one of our friendly club tournaments. We hope to see you soon!
One important note about fishing during these hot summer months, yes you will probably catch fish, but the mortality rate on releases will be very high due to the hot water.
If you do fish this time of year, keep a few and then fish for something else.