Trolling Spreads for Striped Bass
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Choosing the Best Striped Bass Lures
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By Dave Hurley Halibut fever is already starting to take off, and the Lovely Martha has been pushing the envelope by trolling in the south bay. Pretty good for early March and muddy bay waters. It's only going to get better once the bays start to clear as the tides become smaller later next week.! Don says the better weather and high tides this coming weekend look ideal. He has plenty of space open for sturgeon and striper trips.