How To Catch Striped Bass In Rivers (Best Lures, Spots, Seasons & More)
By: Joseph Simonds on March 19, 2020
If you love catching striped bass, then you’re going to love this podcast!
Today, I’ve got Capt. Mitchell Blake of Fish IBX breaking down the ins and outs of catching striped bass in Mid-Atlantic rivers.
He’s been a guide in North Carolina for over 20 years and has seen his fair share of changes in the striped bass fishery.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- The best types of spots to catch striped bass (and what you need to look for since some of these spots change every single day)
- How to position your boat and lure to use the current to your advantage and maximize your chances of catching stripers
- When the best time of year to catch lots of striped bass is
- How to find the BIG striped bass
- His favorite lures to catch these fish
- The one thing every angler needs to know about catching striped bass in the river
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Capt. Mitchell really knows his stuff!
I personally learned a ton about catching striped bass from this conversation and I hope you did, too.
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