Sand Eel Imitations for Stripers

July 18, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

Nelson Bryant discovers that a slight difference in the action of a fly makes all the difference in the world to Martha’s Vineyard striped bass. “We dangled the flies in the water to see if they floated similarly. One of them rested level on the surface. The other – the one that was catching fish – hung head down with the tip of its tail barely awash.” In the New York Times.