A dismal season for many anglers along the Striper Coast, and early dissemination of preliminary stock assessment data has raised serious concerns about the health of the fishery.
It truly is a never ending saga when it comes to striped bass and giving them the protection they need to maintain a healthy and vibrant fishery.
Simple yet effective, it’s a wonder why every striper angler hasn’t made the mojo leap.
Few techniques are more effective on big stripers than drifting a live eel over fish-holding structure in the dark of night.
A revealing look at the life cycle and history of arguably the most popular sportfish on the East Coast.
If trolling stripers is on your fall itinerary, you’d be foolish not to take advantage of this highly effective technique.
How to make sure the dinner bell is heard loud and clear in swifter currents.
A standard from the traditional striper man’s playbook, the tube and worm is an effective tactic throughout the seasons.
Light tackle can be equally as effective in the deep and turbulent waters of the Striper Coast as it is in the more placid waters of our bays and sounds.
With the fall season upon us, striped bass are on the minds of many anglers, and invariably the topic of striped bass management rears its head on beaches, docks and social media.
Go light and bring the sport back into wire line trolling without sacrificing its effectiveness.
A look at the historic return of menhaden and the epic striper action those lively baits bring.
The Mid-Atlantic MOJO gains new converts in the Northeast for its simplicity and effectiveness.
Get in on the 1-2 punch of schoolie stripers and white perch this spring.
Once again the targeting of striped bass in the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) around Block Island is in the news, an action that has been on the agenda of many for quite some time.
Moon tides and the currents they generate are a major turn-on for trophy size stripers.