The Striper fishing just keeps getting better by the day. With cold weather finally showing up, it's pushing the Stripers to the south from Virginia. AS long as the weather holds up, we'll be catching fish daily.

Thanks, Ray

Fish Species: Striped Bass
Bait Used: Bucktails,Mojos
Tackle Used: Pflueger trolling & Spinning
Method Used: trolling & jigging
Water Depth: 50
Water Temperature: 45
Wind Direction: NW
Wind Speed: 5-10
Dave Penning from In-Fisherman magazine
Dave Penning from In-Fisherman magazine

Me with Eric Naig from Pure Fishing with a 35lb Striper
Me with Eric Naig from Pure Fishing with a 35lb Striper

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About The Author: Captain Raymond Pugh

Company: Fin-Nagle Fishing Charters

Area Reporting: Outerbanks North Carolina

Bio: Capt. Ray was born in Currituck, just a stone throw from the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Growing up, he fished the area with his father and grandfather who were both hunting and fishing guides. His father even took the governor of North Carolina fishing and has a plaque proclaiming him a Tarheel. Fishing both fresh and saltwater, Ray has acquired a special knowledge and a few tricks that helps him to excel at his craft.

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