Striper Fishing in Pennsylvania
While stripers are native to salt water, they naturally migrate
into fresh water streams to spawn. Their eggs must remain in motion
in order to hatch so the fresh water rivers and streams which drain
into the ocean become the spawning grounds for stripers.
Striped Bass Fishing Lakes In Pennsylvania
Blue Marsh Lake, Lake Arthur, Lake Erie, Raystown Lake and Youghiogheny
River Lake all have schools of striped bass swimming in them. The
PA state record striper was caught out of the Delaware River.
World Record: 78.8 lbs
Fishing for Striped Bass in Pennsylvania
When fishing for stripers concentrate on the deeper waters in
the lake. If you can locate schools of shad, stripers are often
close by. When the baitfish are shallow over the deep water, you
can catch stripers on crankbaits or by swimming spoons at appropriate
depths. And for the ultimate thrill try large topwater baits if
you see any surface feeding action. When the stripers are deep,
jigs and jigging spoons work well. Live and cut bait will also
take striped bass when they are in medium to deeper water. Fish
nearby or in the river channel if it is a defined depth change.
Trolling is also an excellent way to fish for stripers. Use flashy
lures in bigger sizes.
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