Striper migration keeps us moving

December 29, 2012
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I talk a lot about striper migration in our North Texas lakes during the winter. There are some generalities that can be drawn, but don’t get fixated with the fish being in one location.

One thing for sure is that these fish will move.

Generally, after the first good freeze, striped bass will move to the upper ends of most reservoirs. Not all fish will move up, but many will. Some may move to the back of feeder creeks and some may stay on the main lake.


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