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The long hot days of summer are over and with it the season of fall will bring shorter and cooler days and nights. Soon the leaves will start changing colors, and we will witness some of the most beautiful displays that nature can provide. To some the fall will mean pumpkins and hayrides and to others it means they will follow their baseball team go deep in the playoffs, while others will be glad that football season is in earnest. To a surf fisherman on the east coast, the fall can only mean one thing …The Fall Run!

On the north eastern shores of this country the striped bass range from the coasts of Maine to the outer banks of North Carolina. During the fall when the temperature drops in the north east, the heavily sought out striped bass start their migration south to warmer waters. Along the way they will be feeding on the numerous bait in the water to provide energy for their…

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  • Born on March 13
  • Joined October 3, 2009

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Wood, Alaskan Yellow Cedar, Red Western Cedar, Birch, Bucktail, Hackle, Stainless Steel, Natural Fibers, Synthetic Fibers, Createx Airbrush Paints, Epoxy

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    Handmade Wooden Fishing Lures and Plugs

About

The long hot days of summer are over and with it the season of fall will bring shorter and cooler days and nights. Soon the leaves will start changing colors, and we will witness some of the most beautiful displays that nature can provide. To some the fall will mean pumpkins and hayrides and to others it means they will follow their baseball team go deep in the playoffs, while others will be glad that football season is in earnest. To a surf fisherman on the east coast, the fall can only mean one thing …The Fall Run!

On the north eastern shores of this country the striped bass range from the coasts of Maine to the outer banks of North Carolina. During the fall when the temperature drops in the north east, the heavily sought out striped bass start their migration south to warmer waters. Along the way they will be feeding on the numerous bait in the water to provide energy for their long journey back home. These fish key on baits such as menhaden/bunker, peanut bunker, herring, sand eels, rain fish, and numerous other forage.

It is during this time frame that many nights and mornings I can be found casting into the waters in search of striped bass. One will subject himself to nights without sleep, fishing in freezing temperatures, or standing on a jetty as waves crash around all with the hopes of catching a large striped bass. It is truly breathtaking to have a striped bass aggressively splash to the surface of the water with no warning--its mouth wide open to take the offering that you have been casting and have presented to her. Equally as satisfying is watching the same fish swim back off into the ocean waters as you release her…

Visit my website at www.515lures.com for more details.

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