Monday night, Doug Stange from In-Fisherman magazine and his cameraman Dave Penning flew into Norfolk, Va to film Striper fishing with me for three days. They had planned on coming to the Outer Banks and fishing like they had done before, but due to warm water, we didn’t have much of a season this year. I was very excited about the next three days since Monday was so good. Up early and on the water at 7AM, I headed to the spot I had caught fish the day before. Upon arrival, plenty of bait, but no fish. A few fish were caught that morning, but the talk on the radio is no fish. So, off we go looking. On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, I traveled over 100 miles each day looking, but only boated two sharks. I’ve never done so bad three days in a row. The talk was the fish moved up the bay to spawn. The only good note was they have caught fish with me the pasts several years,so I guess the law of averages caught up with me. They told me it happens to them eight or so times a year. Its either weather or the fish just turn off, but they don’t always catch fish. I headed home Friday for a father/daughter dance that I couldn’t miss and it made up for the bad days of fishing. Click on the thumbnail photo for a full view.