Tag Archives: Striped Bass

Deep Water Stripers, by Aaron Jasper

To the majority of fly fishers out there I am only a trout angler. However, I have spent nearly as many hours fishing for striped bass, mostly with conventional tackle, with a few attempts at catching them on the long … Continue reading

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Season in Review, By Capt. Quigley

It has been another interesting fly fishing season here on the Jersey Shore, filled with ups and downs, big fish and small. Because of our very mild 2011/2012 winter, the season started for us here in the Garden State two … Continue reading

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Fishing Both Coasts, By Nick Curcione

I am not overstating the case when I say have a passion for fly-fishing. It has literally has dominated my life to the extent that I’ve made major career decisions based in large part on the opportunities I would have … Continue reading

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Getting DEEP – Deep Water Fishing, By Captain Gene Quigley | RIO

With summer upon is here along the New England coast water temperatures will begin to warm sending our Striped bass and Bluefin into cooler deeper waters. As fly anglers, this presents a challenge, especially when faces with rough waters and … Continue reading

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Top Tips For Summer Time Stripers – By Captain Gene Quigley

Every summer in the Northeast Striped bass turn their feeding patterns from day to night, hunting sand eels and spearing in the shallow beach fronts and backwaters. At this time of year, fly anglers should shift gears and focus efforts … Continue reading

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