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Re: SE PA SMB

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Can't explain the trout unless you would have specified the stretch from Upper Black Eddy to Easton, a stretch that receives wild browns from a number of tribs plus possibly stockies from NJ stockings and possible private hatchery escapement.

The stripers of the size most frequently being caught are from a large year class. Fear not, that population will be much smaller in the summer non tidal Del R in one to two years when a very weak year class dominates. Then you will be asking where all of the stripers are. So, I've now saved you the trouble of asking....you already know the answer.

Posted on: 2013/7/5 20:29


Re: SE PA SMB

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Have to disagree on stripers not eating SMB's. If a school of small smb swims by and Mr. striper is in the eating mode he will suck in a mouthful. seen it happen above stockton bridge on 6" bass..

Posted on: 2013/7/6 11:56
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