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Striped fish moving up the lakes into the river for winter! #14522129 11/01/22 06:29 PM
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You would need a boat but Striper and sandbass are moving into the upper third of a lot of lakes now. Got into them the other day on a wind blown sand bar in 4-8 fow. They will stay there all winter focus on the top edge of the channel where they push up baitfish. The numbers should grow every week and often times the coldest day of the winter best for numbers and big fish when it comes to temperate bass. Good luck![Linked Image]


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Re: Striped fish moving up the lakes into the river for winter! [Re: Robert Hunter] #14522957 11/02/22 02:53 PM
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Beautiful fish, great photo! Glad to hear they are moving on up. Once the Texoma fish go deep, I'll be headed to your neck of the woods to join you and Kevin for some striper fishing 'Robert style'

Re: Striped fish moving up the lakes into the river for winter! [Re: Robert Hunter] #14551928 7 hours ago
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Guess work blocks your pics on their computers. I was about to start a thread asking how to target the deeper striper on a flyrod. I assume sinking tip and slow strip back. I've never tried it, but would like to learn to catch them from the kayak.


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Re: Striped fish moving up the lakes into the river for winter! [Re: Robert Hunter] #14551984 7 hours ago
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If they're hanging in 4-8fow a floating line with longer leader would be effective. Try a unweighted deciever for easier casting or Clouser if you need to sink faster and deeper.
I fish tandem a lot with the light fly trailing the Clouser tied to the bend.

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