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Striped Bass

Video, detailed instruction, tackle recommendations, locations, destinations, news and much more for Striped Bass fishing!

More time and money are spent fishing for stripers in the Northeast than all other species combined. Countless techniques are effective; live and chunk bait fishing, plugging, fly fishing, trolling, jigging, and bucktailing are some of the more common striped bass techniques. They can be found in nearly all inshore waters. Northeast Angling has done more striper fishing shows than any other species.

Striped Bass on Mojos

Mojos – Everyone is Doing Everything Wrong!

Capt Andy LoCascio - 06/08/2023

There is plenty of debate about the exact origin and development of the mojo. It is irrelevant. This is just a simple tandem trolling rig with countless variations used primarily to target Striped Bass. It…

Striped Bass on Shads - Western Long Island Sound, NY

Capt Andy LoCascio - 05/22/2020 - Views: 33781

Captain Andy LoCascio provides detailed instructions on how to target striped bass trolling with the Al Gags Whip It Fish and Whip It Eel.  This is the first full length Northeast Angling show in nearly…

More Tips to Catch Trophy Stripers

Capt Andy LoCascio - 03/26/2014 - Views: 36306

This is the second in a series of articles with striper fishing tips specifically for catching spring trophy striped bass. Click here to read the first article. Here is more striper fishing tips to help…

Brining Bait

Capt Andy LoCascio - 03/23/2014 - Views: 27910

Bunker (menhaden/pogies) is a critical striped bass bait. Fresh bunker is not always easily to find on the water or at your local bait shop. The quality of frozen bait available from most tackle shops…

Tips to Catch More Trophy Stripers

Capt Andy LoCascio - 03/22/2014 - Views: 33356

Why do some anglers seem to consistently more big striped bass the rest of the pack every spring? Are they lucky, do they have secret spots, or are they, pathological liars? Do they know what…

1@32 Pledge - Help Save Striped Bass Now

Capt Andy LoCascio - 12/02/2013 - Views: 8712

The 1@32 Pledge is an interim step that proposed by anglers to help reduce fish mortality. While catch and release is always preferred, the pledge is simple; in situations when you do not practice catch…

Best Striper Rod and Reel Combos

Capt Andy LoCascio - 06/07/2013 - Views: 137655

We have been getting dozens of emails regarding the best striped bass rod and reel combos for live lining and chunking in the northeast.  Captains Andy and Rich both have their own successful charter businesses that…

New Tackle Recommendations

Capt Andy LoCascio - 05/16/2013 - Views: 104377

The crew from Northeast Angling has put together a complete list of tackle recommendations along with tips and techniques for all of the regional saltwater species.  Each list includes the rods, reels, line, terminal tackle,…

Fluking and Striper Fishing

Kyle Ondrey - 06/03/2011 - Views: 105420

With both seasons starting to heat up more and more as the days pass, here are some tips to keep in mind. Fluke It is critical that the bait is presented just off the bottom,…

The Largest Black Market Fish Bust Ever?

Richie Chan - 12/01/2010 - Views: 307654

Nov. 30 2010 – 4:08 pm | Forbes by Monte Burke The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Office of Law Enforcement has busted a “vast criminal conspiracy” that included the illegal harvest, sale and purchase…

Raritan Bay, NJ - Striped Bass Fishing - FCA Manhattan Cup 2010

Capt Andy LoCascio - 11/19/2010 - Views: 206114

Andy and Kyle Ondrey round up their A+ team consisting of Eileen Miller, Mitch Wergiles, and Steve Palmo for the 2010 Manhattan Cup sponsored by the Fishermen’s Conservation Association. They start their morning jigging and…

Montauk, NY - Striped Bass Fishing - Wire Line Chunking

Capt Andy LoCascio - 11/18/2010 - Views: 295434

Capt Andy and Capt Rich join their good friend from John Steadman of Point to Port Charters to experience a unique wire line chunk bite.  Capt Andy LoCascio said “To the best of my knowledge,…

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