Five writers unravel why these fish became their favorites
The writer remembers the striper that made his world go topsy-turvy
A group of hard-fishing captains heads to the Cape each June for the spring striper run
Greg Myerson caught a big fish four years ago that literally changed his life. The fish was an 81.88-pound striped bass, which broke by 3 pounds the International Game Fish Association record that had stood for 29 years.
The peanut bunker were so thick you could walk on them, and stripers romped day and night.
The fall migration lures legions of diehards into the suds, where they cast night and day for one last fish
If you like stripers, you’ll welcome the video “Home” by Stellwagen Media. There’s nothing like watching stripers wallop a hook-less surface plug in slowmo.
My mind was unconsciously running through the 20 other places I would no doubt have been better off standing.