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FSN – Summer Striper Fishing on Lake Murray

An image of LAke Murray. Fishing.

Lake Murray – Southern Striper Fishing.

Lake Murray is located in the heart of South Carolina, and everyone knows it’s one of the finest deep, freshwater fishing lakes in the Southeast, that offers both cold and warm water fisheries. This week, Brad Taylor & Huey Chapps of Taylor Outdoors, LLC will join Bob to do a little summertime striper fishing. These guides have over 50 years of combined fishing experience on Lake Murray and know all about hooking up on large freshwater stripers that hold up in the deep clear waters of Lake Murray. If you love striper fishing, tune in this week on the Pursuit channel for another great fishing adventure!

Pursuit – Summer Striper Fishing on Lake Murray

An image of LAke Murray. Fishing.

Lake Murray – Southern Striper Fishing.

Lake Murray is located in the heart of South Carolina, and everyone knows it’s one of the finest deep, freshwater fishing lakes in the Southeast, that offers both cold and warm water fisheries. This week, Brad Taylor & Huey Chapps of Taylor Outdoors, LLC will join Bob to do a little summertime striper fishing. These guides have over 50 years of combined fishing experience on Lake Murray and know all about hooking up on large freshwater stripers that hold up in the deep clear waters of Lake Murray. If you love striper fishing, tune in this week on the Pursuit channel for another great fishing adventure!

Atlanta’s Lake Lanier Striper Fishing

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The striper fishing on Lake Lanier is some of the best in Georgia. Lake Lanier is just thirty minutes north of Atlanta, GA and hosting Bob this week is Captain Clay Cunningham who was born and raised not far from the shores of the lake and has been chasing stripers and spotted bass ever since.  Bob will try to reel in the big ones…. Don’t miss this must see TV!

Striper Fishing Virginia Beach with Bob Redfern

Catch Bob fishing at Virginia Beach –  the longest pleasure beach in the world (Guinness Book of World Records).  He’s not on vacation however, he’s after what some people call the greatest striped bass fisheries in the world.  Fishing alongside Bob is Captain Rich Schott with Chesapeake Bay Sport Fishing Charters, be sure to tune in and see why Virginia Beach truly is the worlds greatest striped bass fishing destination.

A little about Chesapeake Bay Sport Fishing Charters:

We pride ourselves on being a first-class Chesapeake Bay fishing charter. We have a long list of businesses that have found our services very productive for entertaining clients, as well as many private and family fishing charters. Joining in on the experience is as easy as making a phone call. We can provide everything for a great day on the Chesapeake Bay from your food and beverages to arranging fish cleaning services at the end of the day.

We fish seven days a week from the Annapolis area, which is conveniently located within minutes to both Baltimore and D.C. (April – December). In addition, we do Virginia Beach fishing out of Rudee Inlet (December – March). However, custom pickup and drop off points can be arranged anywhere on the Chesapeake Bay or its tributaries.

For more info or to book a trip: http://www.chesapeakebaysportfishing.com/

Virginia Beach Striper Fishing on VERSUS – March 29th, 2010

Catch Bob fishing at Virginia Beach –  the longest pleasure beach in the world (Guinness Book of World Records).  He’s not on vacation however, he’s after what some people call the greatest striped bass fisheries in the world.  Fishing alongside Bob is Captain Rich Schott with Chesapeake Bay Sport Fishing Charters, be sure to tune in and see why Virginia Beach truly is the worlds greatest striped bass fishing destination.

A little about Chesapeake Bay Sport Fishing Charters:

We pride ourselves on being a first-class Chesapeake Bay fishing charter. We have a long list of businesses that have found our services very productive for entertaining clients, as well as many private and family fishing charters. Joining in on the experience is as easy as making a phone call. We can provide everything for a great day on the Chesapeake Bay from your food and beverages to arranging fish cleaning services at the end of the day.

We fish seven days a week from the Annapolis area, which is conveniently located within minutes to both Baltimore and D.C. (April – December). In addition, we do Virginia Beach fishing out of Rudee Inlet (December – March). However, custom pickup and drop off points can be arranged anywhere on the Chesapeake Bay or its tributaries.

For more info or to book a trip: http://www.chesapeakebaysportfishing.com/

Clarks Hill Lake Striper Fishing – Dec 19th 2009

clarkshillThis week Bob is off to Clarks Hill Lake, located just north of Augusta, Georgia. Longtime guide William Sasser takes Bob on a great striper adventure all across Clarks Hill Lake.

Why Clarks Hill? Clarks Hill Lake (J. Strom Thurmond Lake) is the largest U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project east of the Mississippi River and one of the largest inland bodies of water in the South. The best part, it’s full of striper thanks to the Georgia and South Carolina Department of Natural Resource Departments, they’ve released over 750,000 stripers!

Here are a few fun facts about Clarks Hill Lake:
* 71,000 acres of water
* 1,200 miles of shoreline
* Created from Savannah River and Little River
* Authorized by Congress in what year: 1944
* Construction began: 1946
* Date opened: 1954
* Six million visitors per year
* 55 parks and recreation areas
* 17 campgrounds with campsites
* Six marinas with gas docks, pump-out stations, boat slips, restaurants, boat storage camping, lodging, picnic areas, trails, ships store
* Major lake attractions: Bobby Brown State Park, Elijah Clark State
* Park and Mistletoe State Park

Thinking about taking a trip to Clarks Hill this year or next spring? We highly recommend it.

Clarks Hill Lake Striper Fishing – Nov 15th 2009

clarkshillThis week Bob is off to Clarks Hill Lake, located just south of Augusta, Georgia. Longtime guide William Sasser takes Bob on a great striper adventure all across Clarks Hill Lake.

Why Clarks Hill? Clarks Hill Lake (J. Strom Thurmond Lake) is the largest U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project east of the Mississippi River and one of the largest inland bodies of water in the South. The best part, it’s full of striper thanks to the Georgia and South Carolina Department of Natural Resource Departments, they’ve released over 750,000 stripers!

Here are a few fun facts about Clarks Hill Lake:
* 71,000 acres of water
* 1,200 miles of shoreline
* Created from Savannah River and Little River
* Authorized by Congress in what year: 1944
* Construction began: 1946
* Date opened: 1954
* Six million visitors per year
* 55 parks and recreation areas
* 17 campgrounds with campsites
* Six marinas with gas docks, pump-out stations, boat slips, restaurants, boat storage camping, lodging, picnic areas, trails, ships store
* Major lake attractions: Bobby Brown State Park, Elijah Clark State
* Park and Mistletoe State Park

Thinking about taking a trip to Clarks Hill this year or next spring? We highly recommend it.