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Today's 45lb Striper 46 inch

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Thun , up to this year 32 lb was my biggest . I caught a lot of 30 lb fish and in the high 20's . Can't believe , I got two great fish back to back days . The 45 lb fish took about 30 minutes to get in on 20 lb mono . It was a great fight . Almost as good as a 30 lb salmon . Let's see what tomorrow brings .

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Some guys fish a lifetime and never catch that big one. You've caught two 40's in two days, that's impressive. My son is hoping to jig up some squid tomorrow as it's still a bit early for us to try for those big ones yet. But your posts the last couple of days are really pumping us up. Good luck tomorrow!

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The garbage can works for me as a live well . My boat is docked in the rondout . But I scap herring in the river by my house . Then I have to transport the herring from my truck to my boat . Plus I sell live herring . This system works good for me .

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Looks like u r fishing the Albany area . How's the fish up there now . I think our Striper season is almost done . Last couple of days the stripers been spawning . The big school that I was on headed north . Tight lines

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Yes sir, north of Albany right on the dam. We started catching 22nd of April and never had a bad day. Lots of fish over 40 inches this year. It was an incredible year. Talked to guys who were out yesterday, big fish are gone, nothing but a few schoolies.

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Today's catchpost-146670-14639508108222_thumb.jpg 20 lbs

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22 lbs

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