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Report from Wednesday, March 27.

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Pennsylvania
Rumblings about striped bass catches trickled in from Delaware River. Brinkman’s Bait & Tackle in Philadelphia’s Facebook page on Thursday said someone called in a report about catching several 24- to 26-inch stripers on the lower river. The river averaged 43 to 44 degrees. That was the only striper report from the New Jersey area since on the page. The shop is a source of news for the river’s spring striper run. An angler posted an article yesterday on the page about a 35-pound striper caught and released on the Potomac River in Washington, D.C., apparently last week. Absecon Bay Sportsman Center in Absecon, N.J., reported that the year’s second striper was checked-in at the store Monday, and the fish, a 16-1/2-pound 33-incher, came from the “Delaware River side” of New Jersey. Plenty of small stripers seemed beached from Delaware Bay’s shore at places like Fortescue.