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Poppers -- Favored by saltwater striper anglers for schooling fish, these noisy lures will work well on landlocks, too. Use them in low-light or choppy conditions. You can cast big saltwater poppers a country mile; this makes them useful when a striper school is in hot pursuit of bait and moving quickly.What lures do you use to catch stripers?
Soft Jerkbaits -- Incredibly realistic lures that will catch stripers from daybreak till dark. Especially deadly in shallow, gin-clear water where stripers may turn away from other artificials.How do you fish soft jerk baits?
Bass anglers fish soft jerk baits slowly; for clearwater stripers, try fishing 'em fast, darting, twitching and skipping 'em on or just under the surface. Inside tip : when rigging soft jerk baits, use the big worm hook that comes with the lure, but add a treble stinger.What is the best bait to catch a megastriper?
Especially deadly in shallow, gin-clear water where stripers may turn away from other artificials. Our favorites are Bass Pro Shops Stick-O worm or Lunker City's 10-inch Fin-S Fish and Lunker City's 9-inch Slug-Go; they perfectly capture the look and action of big forage fish upon which megastripers dine.