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Thread: Striper in long beach, newport, hunnington?

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    Quote Originally Posted by olfishergal View Post
    there are millions of stripers here, but they have moved to the fresh water. Grab TO as a guide to show you how to get them in the fresh.

    Where are these stripers that moved to freshwater that you speak of? Is there any near oc?

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    They are landlocked and there are a lot of them to be had. See Pyramid Lake, Castaic, Lake, Lake Silverwood, DVL, Skinner, etc... Call Bob "TroutOnly" if you want to learn how to catch them.

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    Thanks for the info!

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    Corbinas grow big and even more tasty than stripers..

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    Quote Originally Posted by RocFish View Post
    Corbinas grow big and even more tasty than stripers..
    You know this original post is from 2015?!?

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    Yeah that picture on the homepage of the halibut is awesome. Definitely would like to catch one of those, although most of the time I'm fishing on the coast. Might need to make a trip to Perris Lake though.

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