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tony

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I know it's a couple of months away but would myself and 9+ fishermen be wasting our time goin for striper. I've been kinda keeping up with the board and seeing how others are doin. I know the fish aren't as big as they were a couple of years ago,just want to see what the feedback will be.
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I always considered November as one of my favorite months to chase stripers. Cooler weather, stripers gorging themselves, fewer boaters & jet-skiers and plenty of seagulls to show you the way


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Love fishing in November! Fish are feeding heavily before they run up river for the spawn. Birds working everywhere and the lake is not as crowded as it is hunting season! [smile]
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Getting close to dead stick season.
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I’m new to the site, just retired and bought my first bass boat. Question related to the weather and fishing in October versus November: when a cold front comes in, I have read the fish stop bitting, how soon after the cold front comes in would they start biting again? This past Saturday I was trolling near the Preston Point area, and was catching fish one moment and then it all stooped around the time the winds shifted from the north. I’m pretty much a beginner trying to learn as much as possible.
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