EPIC STRIPED Bass FISHING in RIVERS and CREEKS for GIANTS!

Fishing Techniques
North Carolina Fishing for Striped Bass (rockfish) are one of the most fun and interesting fish to target- and when you’re targeting them in skinny creeks and rivers that takes it to a whole new level!

Kristi and I headed to Weldon, North Carolina to fish the Roanoke River Striper Run. These striped bass – or Rockfish – as some call them – range from 1 to 30+ pounds. If you ever get a chance please take our word for it – go to the Roanoke River in North Carolina and fish the spring striper run from April to June. We found out why they call Weldon, North Carolina the Rockfish Capital of the World

Hit up Capt Mitchell Blake of IBX Charters to get on these striped bass. Capt Mitch is an expert on these fish and the Eastern North Carolina fisheries. 252-495-1803

Tackle Breakdown:

Medium/Light Action Spinning Tackle – 3,000 series reels
20 lb braid to 20lb flouro leader line
3/8oz size jigheads
We used mainly soft plastics ranging from Zoom baits to Z-Man
We also used popping corks and topwater

We are Jeff and Kristi Anderson and we are 1fish2fish

Hit us up to go fishing!

1fish2fishtv@gmail.com

Check out Catch Fish Reports for more information on fishing reports in the Mid-Atlantic and tips and tricks to catch more fish!

https://catchfishreports.com/

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