Shallow top water fishing when the conditions are right has been great. Stripers are smashing surface plugs and fly rod poppers. Swimbaits have also catching as well. In deeper water jigging soft plastics is catching nice fish too. Fly fishing with sinking lines has also been great.
Striper fishing continues to be good. Striped bass up to 30 inches are hitting swimbaits and soft plastic jerk baits cast and jigged. The bite sometimes is short so being in the right place at the right time is important. Fly fishing is also real good with sinking lines and flies that imitate baitfish.
Striper fishing is pretty good right now. After a slow start, fishing has really picked up. Striped bass from 20 to 28 inches are hitting jigs and flies. Swimbaits and swimming soft jerkbaits in shallow water are working great. Jigging in deeper water is also productive. A few fish are hitting top water. Half and half’s on sinking fly lines have equally as good and some days even better
Fall fishing continues to be great. Being patient waiting for the fish to feed really pays off. Stripers up to 30 inches are chasing bunker on the surface. Swimbaits and jigging soft plastics bring consistent strikes. Surface plugs are working when you’re right on top of the breakers. Fly fishing with large flies is also real productive.
Fall fishing is in full swing. Big stripers are chasing bunker fattening up for winter. Jigging soft plastics and casting swimbaits are catching striped bass as fat as footballs. Top water is also bringing vicious strikes. Fly fishing is also great too. Besides poppers, big flies on sinking lines are crushing the rock fish.
Striper fishing has been good and more Spanish mackerel than I have ever seen. A few stripers are being caught in the shallow water on topwater and swimbaits. Stripers are also breaking along with a few bluefish and Spanish mackerel. A variety of baits are working on the breakers. Some days the bigger fish are under the smaller breaking fish. Fly fishing is also very productive.
Fishing for stripers in the mid 20 inches range has been real good. Chasing birds and fishing underwater structure have been best. Swimbaits and fly fishing have been the best way to catch stripers and a few Spanish Mackerel. We also have caught some speckled trout in shallow water on swimbaits.
Breaking stripers have been fairly consistent lately. Although not big lots of action. Poppers, gurgles and Clouser’s catch fish on nearly every cast when they’re on to. Swimbaits and spoons on spinning tackle also.
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Fishing has been good if you are persistent. The number of boats makes the fishing tough at times. Stripers up to 30 inches are taking soft plastics jigged in 18 to 30 feet of water. Fly fishing with big half and halfs on sinking lines are also working great. There are also fish in shallow water when conditions are right. Stripers in the 18 to 20 inches range have been on the surface sporadically.
Striper fishing continues to be good. At times persistence is the key as the bite turns on and off. Jigging and casting soft plastics over underwater structure has been best. Some fish are also suspended in deep water. Fly fishing with sinking lines and large half and half’s are catching good size stripers.
After a slow start to May, the fishing has really picked up. Stripers up to 36 inches have shown up in good numbers. Jigging soft plastics has been the most productive. Fly fishing has also been good for those patient to get their fly to the fish.
The Susquehanna Flats season ended in good fashion. Weren’t real big fish but lots of stripers in mid to upper twenties. Now it’s time to fish for post spawn fish out of Kent Narrows. Fly fishing was especially good on the flats.