Each year, striped bass swim back to their spawning grounds and "pack up" on food before the long winter.
Fueled by the bait fish that leave shores and bays, the striped bass normally hunt these preys along the beach of the North East of the USA. This year has been very challenging to fish from shore because the weather has been really affected by the Hurricane "Irene" that not only disturbed the fishing conditions but also caused NY and NJ state some very serious floods, causing a very murky water.
|Breezy Point Jetty|
|My New SUV allowing to fish from the Shore!|
|The First Bass on the Kayak!|
|A very healthy 35 inch bass caught in Jamaica Bay, NY|
|A typical size fish caught this year|
|Breezy Point, Waves are forming, creating hot spots|
|Jamaica Bay at low tide, in the maze...|
|Penfield Reef Lighthouse, Connecticut|