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How to fish for striped Bass on the Delaware River DVD

Learn How to fish the Delaware River for Striped Bass with this new 60 minute DVD with 38 striper hot spots with GPS and how to fish each spot.

The tidal Delaware River is host to a massive spawning run of Striped Bass each spring. Anglers from many states travel to experience this fishery as the Stripers follow the Shad and Herring migrations from the Delaware Bay northward past Trenton New Jersey. Delaware Valley Outdoors has taken the 38 of the best shoreline and boat fishing locations from Delaware to Trenton New Jersey.

  • GPS Locations of each spot
  • Navionics electronic chart overlays
  • Learn the “spot on the spot”
  • Techniques for bank and boat anglers alike
  • $30 +s&h

Pre Order Now Release Date September 1, 2011

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As for me, 1 hours is absolutely enough to learn the basics and strategy for fishing for striped bass but it takes months of practice to do it)) Actually I learned how to do it in 3 months after watching this video and it proved to be very useful for me! I even wrote a custom essay about my first attempts) It is rather fun but all my friends loved it!

December 27, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterArthur Ramos

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