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"On the Run"

On the Run by David DiBennedetto.

One mans Journey down the Striper Coast.

A guy gets bit by the stiper bug in the waterways of downtown NYC in between meetings...... by being at the right place at the right time with an acceptable presentation. More a random fish than the result of strategic planning.

As a result, he dives head-first into learning the fish, thier migrations, history, and the crazy cast of true fanatics that chase them in a variety ....and a I do mean a variety.....of ways. From maine to SC.

One fall, he's given his buddy's 4x4, and maps an epic migration of his own. He turns the key & enters the striper maniac's world. This is his story.

A quick easy read that's pleasant and spirited. It has me very interested in taking a shot at these fish if I'm ever in the right place at the right time.



(Thanks to my buddy MOJO for turning me onto this one. I'll give it back to ya in a couple weeks when Im over there)

What I lack in skill --- I make up for with enthusiasm.
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A really fun read that I pick up probably once a year to re-read.
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