Stripers at Galilee’s west wall!

by | Apr 12, 2017 | Striped Bass Fishing

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Elisa at Snug Harbor Marina had it first…schoolie stripers have made their first appearance at Galilee’s west wall.

That means it’s time to stand shoulder to shoulder with your fishermen brothers and make a thousand casts for a hundred fish.

It’s not unusual to catch 50 in an outing. It’s fun, it’s a blast and it’s Spring!

Bring your bucktails and shallow diving minnows, it’s GAME ON!

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Galilee’s infamous west wall from Google Earth

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