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I heard that fishing the fastest moving tides for stripers is really productive. Is this b/c the baitfish get swept around due to the fast current?..When do these fast currents happen..is it 1/2 way between tides? 3hrs after high/ low tide?
-FYI.. A friend of mine fished Northport(boat) & caught a couple of schoolies while flounder fishing...
 

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I think that the fast tides are very productive for that reason but it isn't just the tide that aids in serving up the baitfish for the stripers. If you can find a sharly rising piece of bottom structure that the baitfish get pushed against it will create a rip that traps them. If you find something like that combined with the fast current then you will find stripers.
 
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