Striper Migration Map – April 8, 2022

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Striper Migration Map – April 8, 2022

It’s been a wet, windy, and often cold start to April, but the New Moon put striped bass on the move. Large stripers are being reported in the Rarit

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Striper Migration Map 2022-4-8

It’s been a wet, windy, and often cold start to April, but the New Moon put striped bass on the move. Large stripers are being reported in the Raritan Bay, and some extra-large fish were caught in the Delaware River this week as the stripers there move upriver and prepare to spawn.

Maryland/Chesapeake Bay Striper Fishing Report

As of Friday, April 1, all Maryland waters of the Chesapeake Bay (except the Potomac River) are closed to all striped bass catch-and-release fishing until April 30. Anglers that are out fishing are focused on blue catfish, white perch, and northern snakeheads, and a few are sampling the beginning stages of the hickory and American shad spawning runs. At Ocean City, striped bass are providing plenty of legal catch-and-release action in and around the inlet, the Route 50 Bridge, the commercial harbor, and the Route 90 Bridge. Casting soft plastic jigs and paddle tails has been a popular way to fish for them.

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