2018 Striper Migration Map Water temperatures are still colder than usual for this time of year but the stripers, it seems, are tired of waiting for them to pick up.
Every adult Striper Cup participant who is present at the StriperFest celebration can enter to win the grand prize!
Join the On The Water crew when we head south to catch the last leg of the striped bass Fall run as it passes through New Jersey.
Chris Megan and Neal Larsson fire up the Contender and head for the legendary rips off Monomoy Island to catch a hot late-summer striper bite!
The Division of Marine Fisheries (DMF) is enacting new recreational regulations for fluke (summer flounder), black sea bass, scup, and tautog for the 2018 fishing season.
2018 Striper Migration Map After last week’s cool down, the weather, and the striper migration, seems to be back on track, albeit a little behind.
On The Water’s Adventures travels to the southern coast of Maine for an action-packed summer day of striped bass fishing.
Hook up with the On The Water Crew along with Old Town Kayak’s Dave Hadden for a saltwater kayak fishing adventure on Cape Cod.
2018 Striper Migration Map So far, April is looking a lot like March, with cold temperatures and snow, but the striped bass migration is underway.
Each year is different, and the exact timing seems to be strongly influenced by water temperatures along the Atlantic coast.