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Old 06-09-2011, 11:23 PM   #1
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What Striper fishing bait do you use?

I'm talking about shore fishing in tidal rivers (a mix of fresh and salt) like the Sac River by Rio Vista to be exact. I have always used Anchovies or Sardines, with equal success. I hear that Pile Worms are suppose to be good and ghost shrimp.

So what do some of you guys have good luck with?
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In the delta, I have used live mudsuckers, live blue gills, and frozen anchovies. Frozen anchovies will always gets bite. Drifting with live mudsuckers in the san joaquin river near Antioch bridge by the power lines produces many fish.
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In the delta, I have used live mudsuckers, live blue gills, and frozen anchovies. Frozen anchovies will always gets bite. Drifting with live mudsuckers in the san joaquin river near Antioch bridge by the power lines produces many fish.

I would love to meet up, I have the Sierra's covered...you show me some delta, ill show you some fly fishing.
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i fish off the Berkeley pier a majority of the time and use frozen anchovies, ghost shrimp, and squid
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Here in AZ, we have a couple of lakes here with stripe bass in them.. I chum with anchovies and will either use chucks of anchovies or waterdogs.. We'll also try trolling large lures from time to time but I mainly fish under lights at night, sinking the bait down deep....
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ive caught them on a variety from worms to eel to pieces of squid. i guess it just depends.
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