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Bass Migration

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Okay, so we have had a cold winter which will delay any migration north of the Chesapeake stripers. But I have been recalling that after very cold winters we often have unusually warm summers. So this means the temparature change will be more rapid. Does this mean we will have a shorter spring striper run? Will they be more plentiful during this period? Any thoughts appreciated.
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I disagreee with the idea that the spring migration will be delayed, or at least by any significant period of time. If the water heats up rapidly then it's going to shut down just as quick, but odn't count on it being unusually hot. Anyone know what the farmers almanac is calling for this summer? just my .02
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