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  1. https://youtu.be/WQXa1iN9_F8 Hey folks! I was going through old files and found this highlight reel from an incredible day of scuba diving in Woods Hole during the Fall Run of 2017. In this video, you can watch as big striped bass and albies work a massive school of peanut bunker up against some pilings in about 25 feet of water. One thing I took away from this experience was how these fish actually work together to concentrate the bait by making a wall, with the stripers spacing themselves out evenly and occupying different parts of the water column to ensure that the peanuts couldn't make an escape. Every now and then, you'll see the school of peanuts gain courage and drift further and further away from the structure, only to be picked off by albies screaming through with stripers lazily following them to eat the scraps. By the end, some seabass and flounder were even getting in on the action! You'll have to excuse my shaking in the video - it was COLD water that day. Enjoy!! My favorite parts: 2:00 - Albie crashing the school with a striper close behind 2:25 - 13(?) albies crashing through all at once! 3:45 - My absolute favorite shot, a nice striper parting the sea of peanuts 5:30 - Clouds of peanut bunker streaming around the pilings, running from some truly giant stripers out wide
  2. So I found this video and this guy on a kayak is vertical jigging and caught decent size flounders in Japan.... I didn't know flounder chase things that far up....
  3. Found this video thought I'd share showing few different plastic and metal gears and how they act in the water while being retrieved. There are some bite towards the end.
  4. Though this was interesting. How often do we get to see inside? * FB
  5. Sharyl cuts through the BS.....
  6. ****DISCLAIMER**** THIS IS NOT A PROMOTIONAL VIDEO. I AM NOT MAKING ANY REVENUE FROM THIS FILM, NOR AM I AFFILIATED WITH ANY FISHING PRODUCT COMPANY. I AM NOT A PAID FILMMAKER. I AM JUST AN 18-YEAR-OLD KID TRYING TO SHARE MY WORK WITH THE STRIPER COMMUNITY. ENJOY!! HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYONE!! ______________________________________________ Description: Thomas Barzilay Freund, Michael Kamsky, and Faulkner Wilson are the people behind the film Between the Lines. Over the years, these three childhood friends from New York City have fished together and documented their adventures on film. Although they’ve had the opportunity to explore many different fisheries together, they feel a deep connection to the striped bass of the Long Island Sound which they have relentlessly pursued over the years. They are all currently freshmen in college: Thomas at Bowdoin, Michael at Princeton, and Faulkner at Wake Forest. They began fishing for stripers together in high school. For the final months of their senior year at the Dalton School, the students were given the chance to work on an independent project of their choosing. It seemed like the perfect opportunity to do something on a topic they deeply cared about. The three decided to make a film about fly fishing for striped bass, with a focus on portraying stripers as the gamefish they believe them to be, and advocating for catch-and-release practices among recreational anglers. Between the Lines is about their quest for large, fly-catchable striped bass in their home waters. The entire film was shot during the spring and summer of 2016 in Connecticut’s coastal rivers and along the rocky shorelines of the Long Island Sound. We hope you enjoy the film; please let us know your thoughts below! -LOP
  7. FULL FILM WILL BE RELEASED CHRISTMAS DAY 2016, STAY TUNED! -LOP
  8. FULL FILM WILL BE RELEASED CHRISTMAS DAY 2016, STAY TUNED! -LOP