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Discussion in 'LOCAL ARIZONA TALK' started by Razzmatazz, Nov 3, 2009.
Do Stripers bite better in the winter?:confused2:
like at plez? personally i think the bite is a little slower than summer unless you can find a hole like 1702 up river or in the new marina or just on the break water at the marina
Depends on how many dollar bills you have,oh wait,stripers,fish,never mind!:embarassed::embarassed:
But do they shut off in the winter like Flatheads, or do they stay pretty lively?
you know iam not a striper fisherman but i thought that ppl caught more sripers in the winter time cause it brings them u out of the deeper water that thay are in during the summer cause the water is so warm and i thought thay like the cooler water. correct me if iam wrong
You can striper fish all year. I'll be going to Pleasant striper and channel fishing in 3 weeks.
and i thought that stripers are like salmon and thay go up river and relese there eggs in the spring and thay have to roll down the river for a couple days before thay can hatch?
I like pleasant strippers too..:big_smile: although its been a while..:embarassed:
LoL, I feel like a comlete Nimrod. I was reading this thread, and thinking "Strippers". I was like, what the heck are these dudes talking about? It did not make sense for about ten minutes. LOL
Rob wake up and smell the coffee! I would prefer strippers I do no like stripers.
stripers take you bait, strippers take your money. i like stripers better/:smile2:
LoL, I think I need to be woken up with some Ammonia Salts. Dang!
hey...what's wrong with both?
You're definitely right, I know they are more prone to feeding at shallower depths when it's cooler because they are pretty intolerant of the warmer water.
I figured I would tell you what I have experienced...but it is based off of Lake Powell and not Pleasant. I am sure that Pleasant is bound to be more active since the water is warmer during the winter.
I have fished a few times at Powell during the winter with limited success. Stripers are always active and will feed more based off weather patterns except for in the spring. During the winter months, they will go deeper where the water temperatures fluctuate less and things are more stable. During the winter months, we have caught stripers in the 80-100 foot depths, but this was in sections where the lake was at 400 feet deep. I don't know if this changes things where I believe Pleasant is not as deep (never been there).
Striper stripper, whichever, they all smell the same.
And both can send you home thinking about what coulda been..........