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Old 01-08-2012, 05:25 PM   #1
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Hey guys, I will be running Striped Bass Tutorials through the month of February. The fishing has been very good. If you are interested in learning to target these fish please give me a call. You can see forum discounts and promos for pricing.

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Old 01-09-2012, 11:48 AM   #2
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Where are the charters?
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Old 01-09-2012, 11:54 AM   #3
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Hi,

We run most of our striper trips in Blackwater bay just outside of Pensacola. If you are interested then please give me a call.

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I tried calling twice already no answer..is there a good time to call?
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I am sorry I didnt answer I was working on the boat. Anytime after 12 is perfect!

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My buddy and are interested. Do you guarantee to catch big stripers? What is your rule?
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U catch those big stripers in the summer too?
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Stripers around here are pretty dormant in the summer months. I have fished for them for years and only caught them in the colder weather. Brant Peacher is extremely experienced in striper fishing this area but I am sure he would agree that he could not guarantee you a big striper. I'm sure he can offer you a lot of knowledge and a good chance at hooking one of these river monsters, but we just don't have the numbers of big stripers that they have on the northeast coast. I hooked two stripers last Friday morning that were definitely in the 20 - 30lb. range. I released one at the boat and the other tore the back hook out of my lure!
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Stripers prefer cooler water in my experience. July and August are our most predictable months in Missouri. We target them in deeper water busting shad 70 -80 foot deep. I just wondered if they went out to the gulf to find deeper cooler water.
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Stripers prefer cooler water in my experience. July and August are our most predictable months in Missouri. We target them in deeper water busting shad 70 -80 foot deep. I just wondered if they went out to the gulf to find deeper cooler water.
Actually, in our summer months, stripers go upstream and sit dormant in deep holes. This has been documented by our local biologists.
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