Question about the fall run.

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I’m not new to fishing but I am fairly new to Striper fishing.  So here is the question.  In the spring Bass make their way north and head into the bays, rivers and whatnot to spawn.  So in the fall will they at least at times make their way south using the same path?  I’ve always thought they headed south along the ocean but something got me questioning myself.  Starting to think I might head to the inlet and catch em as they leave the way they came in...



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Keep an eye on the reports of the bait, where there is food there will be stripers. Last couple of years bait has stayed further out. Bill Wetzel in another thread spoke of white bait a couple of weeks ago out by Montauk as a heads up. Sand eels, peanuts etc need to match the hatch. Good Luck

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