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artb 04-03-2000 08:50 PM

Stripers are in
 
The Providence Journal reports that school bass to 24 inches are right on the tails of the herring. A good friend confirmed it by catching 6 bass on the rising tide Sunday in the Seekonk River. West wall and the South shore also have fish.

Roop 04-04-2000 10:36 AM

RE:Stripers are in
 
Thanks Art, I've already cleared it with the wife to head out Sunday for the falling afternoon tide at my favorite schoolie spot.

I guess it's time to say goodbye to any intentions of finishing the projects around the house or increasing production at work.

Roop

ssully 04-04-2000 12:36 PM

RE:Stripers are in
 
Way to go Art.

flyguy 04-04-2000 04:33 PM

RE:Stripers are in
 
Art, Keep them reports coming. I fish some of the places you do and always look for your reports. Thanks again

grego 04-04-2000 07:02 PM

RE:Stripers are in
 
Art,

Thanks a bunch for the timely info!

Looks like 3-5 of us will be heading down on the 15th. Maybe we can hook up, figuratively & litterially.

Regards: GregO

juro 04-06-2000 04:16 PM

RE:Stripers are in
 
Art! The bearer of good news from the south!

I have a question - in the many years you have been declaring such news to your fishing friends, would you say this year is an early year?

Also, when does your son start chasing mako with a fly?

thanks,
Juro

artb 04-07-2000 09:17 PM

RE:Stripers are in
 
Juro, I try to send info on the board, and I can't it keeps asking for a nick name. artb

juro 04-08-2000 12:11 PM

RE:Stripers are in
 
Well Art, whatever you just did it worked! (Got the message)

Anyway, hopefully I'll see you next weekend, I might be able to sneak down and talk to you in person after all these cyber=years.

Juro


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