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May 09, 2011

Ric Burnley

Rig and fish ballyhoo and lures right for success
If you're a diehard striper nut who just can't bear to call it quits, pack your gear and head for North Carolina's Outer Banks, where the action is just heating up.
It's during winter's coldest days that Mid-Atlantic action on fat sea bass turns the hottest.
When warm-water eddies break off the Gulf Stream and spin toward the Outer Banks, anglers jump on the opportunity to tangle with yellowfins.
When lower Chesapeake striped bass go on a tear, nothing produces better than a live croaker.
Conditions are rarely ideal, but here's a trolling tactic that's perfect for big Chesapeake stripers.
When you're out to catch the dolphin of a lifetime, who better to ask for advice than the hottest hands on the water?
Quit letting bird's nests take time out of your fishing day.
An unusual catch shocks a seasoned crew
Bush Large
Bush announces conservation measures for striped bass and redfish.