Silverwood

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Anyone have any tips for Silverwood? I'm going on Monday and hoping to catch my first striper or just anything. I was planning on throwing a rage swimmer or some kind of paddletail and also taking a bucket of live crawdads to fish bait.
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Re: Silverwood

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Fish off the pay dock with split shot/fly lined FRESH cut sardines on 6-8 lb. to get the abundant yearling stripers. Limit is 10 with no size restriction. The mercury consumption warnings don't really apply to the small ones as they haven't lived long enough to accumulate harmful levels yet. One fish = two tacos so have at them.
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Re: Silverwood

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I agree with Queue, easiest place to catch them, I even use 4 pound test, watch out for the cables.
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Re: Silverwood

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Queue wrote: Thu Nov 16, 2023 3:53 pm Fish off the pay dock with split shot/fly lined FRESH cut sardines on 6-8 lb.
Fresh cut as in not frozen? I think I only have frozen smelt and a couple sardines. Do they sell the sardines there?
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Re: Silverwood

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Use what you have, but fresh will out catch frozen
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