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25'' Striper
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Sunrise over Naragansett Bay.
Sunrise over Naragansett Bay.
Al514June 22nd, 2008, 6:15 am
Central New York

Posts: 142
This is a trout website, but it is also a fly fishing website, so why not some salt water pictures?! I just got back from Naragansett Bay RI for Stripers and Bluefish. I didn't have that many expectations because it was my first time on the salt, so when I only got into 3 fish I was thrilled. My very first Striper was landed and was 25'', along with my first 2 Bluefish that were about the same. It was a blast fighting these fish - I suggest it to anyone who can get out there!
CamWolf1313June 22nd, 2008, 7:07 am
Andover, MA/ Andover NH

Posts: 18
These are some great fish and it sounds like a lot of fun. I love fly fishing for stripers in Scituate, MA. I have found out that the Enrico's Everglades, Monkey Brain, and the Fly Flexo Streamer work really well when there are sand eels or baitfish around.

Good luck,
Cam
"Clear your mind of everything but the fish and the fly and you will be in the right mind frame to land it"
Billy Berger.
Jjlyon01June 23rd, 2008, 1:51 pm
SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse

Posts: 71
A really good book I just finished up for saltwater fishing in the Northeast is "Fly Rodding the Coast" I'll have to check on the author, but he gives a ton of information on fishing for blues, stripers, bonito, and tuna on the fly including different scenarios and how to fish different structure. I picked it up thinking it may help me down here in the Gulf but I haven't been able to get out on the salt yet without any wheels.
"I now walk into the wild"

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