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Early morning topwater hybrid striped bass (26.75")

Early morning topwater hybrid striped bass (26.75")
Early morning topwater hybrid striped bass (26.75")

Early morning topwater hybrid striped bass (26.75")

John Stacey

Louisville Kentucky



Species: Hybrid Striped Bass

Date Caught: 08/19/2011

Kept / Released: Released


Region of Catch: Region 1

Length: 26.75"

Weight: measured & released fish


Lure / Bait used: Lure | 1900 - Blue and white Creek Chub Striper Strike

Fishing solo before sunrise on the Ohio river casting Creek Chub Striper Stike 1900 lures to achieve distance w/ my casts, I was fortunate to catch two "In-fisherman award" hybrid striped bass. Water & weather conditions had given me very few mornings like this last Summer. I was very blessed to be able to catch & release two monster hybrids.

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