School Is In Session

    Striped bass action is heating up around Delaware’s waterways.  These are all the resident fish, not migratory, The “surf rats” are feeding in the wash,they are easy to catch on sand fleas.  Indian RIver inlet all along the rock walls.  Back bay action around rips and structure is hot day and night.  The Lewes canal and area creeks are seeing some great action.    The fish are starting to school up and prepare for the fall run like they do every year.   

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Chris Driscoll hitting schoolies today

I don’t care what anyone says I love catching these small bass on ultralight gear it is a lot of fun.  The creek and small river action has been a lot of fun.  This is a great time for anyone of any age and catching is much easier once you find a school.   

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If you locate a school by boat keep away from them, and cast to them.  Form lad it is easy just keep casting to them, look for areas during rough weather where bait fish will get jammed up.  Swim shads, tandem bucktails, and even speck rigs will work just fine.  Gone fishing be back later.   

Fish On!

Rich King 

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