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Densely packed, slow moving school of stripers showing no signs of interest for anything except to just keep cruising along

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1 hour ago, albacized said:

So that's what I experience this AM - didn't appear they were on the feed or anything even close. Anyone know the cause, or if there is a remedy to getting them to hit a lure?  

Cool thread AI thanks for sharing

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They just felt like pissing you off. Lol


Make you throw your whole lineup and not give a F.

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Bass seem to spend a fair bit of their day in water that's conducive to resting and digesting. Other times I think they'll poke around an area, sort of slowly investigating/slow search and destroy.. and grab a bite if something interesting pops up. Other hours are spent moving around and traveling.


None of these times feature keyed up bass that are aggressively feeding.


To trigger strikes on meh bass, I've found live eels usually do the trick better than most everything else. Or in place of those, soft plastic substitutes. My experience is eels will sometimes even get it done in daylight, while soft plastics may be ignored like other offerings by day..and instead will excel at night. 

Fishing kills me exactly as it keeps me alive.

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21 mins ago, chisler said:

Out of being a lazy bastard, I left my teezer leader on the rod when I switched to a pencil popper the other morning- a schoolie hit the teezer.   

don't take it off until you get skunked!!

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