We focus on striper, also called striped bass or rockfish. If you think a 5 pound small or large mouth bass is fun to catch, try a 45 pound striper! Our members are dedicated to improving the rockfish, or striper fishery, along with other species at Raystown Lake.
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At the Raystown Striper Club we focus on striper, also called striped bass or rockfish. If you think a 5 pound small or large mouth bass is fun to catch try a 45 pound striper! Our members are dedicated to improving the rockfish, or striper fishery, along with other species at Raystown Lake. If you want to learn more about how to catch stripers or rockfish in numbers and in size we can help show you how! There are many ways to catch stripers. Learn about technique and tackle, bait, plugs, jigs or trolling! Bank fishing or even bottom bait fishing, join us we will help you learn how you may catch your next trophy!
The Raystown Striper Club is conservation oriented, with a keen eye toward improving fish habitat. As an organization, we have provided many man hours of service to the US Army Corps of Engineers. We build structure for fish habitat and help place them in the waters of the Raystown to benefit nesting and small fish. We have also provided many man hours toward lake clean up days, and also provided boats to remove trash and keep the water quality high and the beauty and aesthetics of Raystown like no other.
We welcome new members at our monthly club meetings or join us and receive a monthly newsletter and learn more about stripers or rockfish and Raystown Lake. Come enjoy the outdoors, help us stock stripers and continue to improve the quality of fishing at Pennsylvania's best striper or rockfish waters. The Raystown Striper Club also believes our future fishing is in the hands of kids. Every year we sponsor a kids panfish tourney. Complete with tackle, everyone’s a winner, everyone learns a little about fishing, and gets a hot dog and soda for their effort! Most importantly, kids who may otherwise not get the opportunity, get to go fishing. If you want to learn to fish, come on out, we will help you and your children learn.
The picnics are over for 2012. We would like to thank everyone for providing food and thank all of those who helped make thes year's picnics a success!
Our 'winter' meetings will be held at Jane and Shelly's Place (the former Happy Hollow Restaurant) on Route 26 near Saxton at 3 pm. A board meeting will precede the meeting at 2:00 pm. Meeting dates can be found on the calendar.
will be held on June 8, 2013 at the Aitch Pavillion. Contact Ken Bupp if you can help. Donations will be accepted for the purchase of fishing poles for the kids.
In honor of our Past President.