View of Atlantic City's Marina District while fishing for striped bass in the Absecon Inlet from Brigantine's south end. On the left is the Golden Nugget Casino and also the Borgata Water Club tower. On the right is Harrah's.
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On December 17th, 2009 Richie Keatley of Norfolk VA caught a 51 pound, 5 ounce striped bass on a fly rod while fishing around the piers of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. He caught the striper on a blue-tinted 3/0 clouser fly while fishing from a 22 foot boat. His striped bass is a IGFA world record for the 20-pound tippet Male Fly Rod Class.
Something other than a striper caught at Cape Hatteras - Freddy Hammer.
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Dogs and a Dolphin exchanging friendly looks.
Om May 7, 2008 at at 2:30 AM, David Alu
of Jackson NJ, caught a 19 pound 12 ounce weakfish while surf fishing for striped bass on the shores of Raritan Bay. He caught it on a bunker head. The weakfish was 37 inches long and had a girth of 23 inches.
This weakfish is a IGFA world record. David was guided in his efforts by Rich Swisstack (at the left), of the Shore Catch Guide Service.
This fisherman went to great lengths not to lose this striper.
Photo credit - Sport Fishing Magazine
This freshwater striped bass was caught in Bluestone Lake in West Virginia by James Brooks on Sept. 3rd, 2010. It weighed 45.70 pounds and was 46.16 inches in length. He caught it while trolling a crankbait. It set a new West Virginia state record. Photo credit WV-DNR
The world record freshwater striped bass weighed 67 pounds 8 ounces. It was caught by Hank Ferguson in O'neil Forbay, San Luis California on May 7th, 1992.
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