Posted April 1, 2018
Migrating Striped Bass are now up and into the Chesapeake Bay's numerous spawning rivers getting ready to spawn..
The Cheapeake Bay is the nursery for 75 percent or more, of the striped bass found along the Atlantic Coast. Consider that the Chesapeake Bay is the largest estuary in the U.S. More than 150 freshwater rivers and streams, where stripers can spawn, drain into the Bay.
The Hudson and Delware rivers both support significant striped bass spawning activity in the spring.
Follow the striped bass migration using the link below.
Links to Bait and Tackle shops and other sources along the striped bass migration route that provide fishing reports. Fishing Reports
Chesapeake Bay as seen from space.
To find out more about the striped bass migration follow this link:
Striped Bass Migration.