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Wind Direction and Locating Stripers #13725556 10/09/20 09:09 PM
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I was hoping to go out to Texoma on Tuesday and noticed that the wind direction is low and all over the map. However, the day before (Monday), the wind is suppose to be strong and out of the North.

My question is how does the previous day's wind direction (if any) impact the location of Stripers?

Thanks in advance for any help, as I'm pretty new to this sport.

Re: Wind Direction and Locating Stripers [Re: MC Gybe] #13725748 10/10/20 01:14 AM
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Rule #1there are no rules your taught early on to fish windblown side etc. but one thing I’ve learned they can be anywhere they want to be at any time it’s usually location of bait and schools versus wind direction


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Re: Wind Direction and Locating Stripers [Re: chrisc/striper express guide service] #13725846 10/10/20 02:53 AM
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Thanks for the info. By the way, I'm a big fan of your weekly videos.

Re: Wind Direction and Locating Stripers [Re: MC Gybe] #13728279 10/12/20 02:39 PM
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Chris is exactly right the bait will determine where the striper are at any given time. Every day is a new day on Texoma and remember striper have a tendency to roam over a large area. Wind is just one pice of the puzzle in figuring out the bite for that day. My moto is always have a plan B and if that don't work go to plan C. The Idea is if what your doing is not working change techniques, presentation, location, and repeat until you figure them out.


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Originally Posted by chrisc/striper express guide service
Rule #1there are no rules your taught early on to fish windblown side etc. but one thing I’ve learned they can be anywhere they want to be at any time it’s usually location of bait and schools versus wind direction


100%. There are no rules but there are patterns.


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Re: Wind Direction and Locating Stripers [Re: MC Gybe] #13729748 10/13/20 04:26 PM
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Wind pattern seems to be more of a thing on smaller lakes

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