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mrbearhunt, which parts of the lake do you think are best for that type of fishing? i usually fish nut bush but have never had any stripers along with the birds, just bait… in nut bush, we catch them casting buck tails on points or trolling with artificials.
 

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this time of yr on Kerr I troll spoons an plugs on leadcore. I troll the channel edges mostly but go out on the flats if there is bait there. also keep a top water popper an a jig of some type rigged on long castin rods. keep ya binocs handy an look for that "white tornado" of birds on bustin fish,
 

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Buddy of mine does pretty good jigging for them with hopkins spoons. I see a bunch of striper fishermen out when I bass fish up at Kerr in the winter.

- Grassy creek between the power lines and the Longwood ramp.
- Clarksville between the bridges
-Nutbush between Satterwhite and Burroughs Mill creek, have also heard of people catching them back around the Nutbush park ramp.
-Little Nutbush around Steele Creek Marina and Townsville Landing
-Main lake in the Ivy Hill area.
 

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went out on gaston sat.in the rain following the birds from 8:00-12:00 casting and jigging spoons and silver buddys.between four boats we had all the action we wanted,but those days don't come around often.at least not as often as you would like.
 
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