Kayak fishing experts share strategies Monday

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Bob Oberg with a hefty striper on Narragansett Bay in Rhode Island.

No matter what size boat you have, you can learn something about catching striped bass from kayak anglers Bob Oberg (above) and David Giuliano.

They are scheduled to speak at the next meeting of the Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Association (RISAA) Monday, June 24, at 7 p.m. in the West Valley Inn in West Warwick, RI.

“Each of them has nine years of intense kayak fishing experience and shares a knack for hauling big stripers onto little boats,” says Steve Medeiros, president of the association.

Oberg specializes in tube-and-worm fishing from a Hobie pedal-and-motor powered kayak and has been featured in On The Water magazine, Fishing the Ocean State, The Providence Journal, and The Florida Sportsman’s Kayak Fishing book.

Giuliano is a seasoned paddler who concentrates on drifting eels from a sit-on-top kayak. A member of the Ocean Kayak Fishing Team, he tests kayaks while they are being designed and has been successful on the kayak fishing tournament circuit.

Admittance for those who aren’t members costs $10. More information is available here.

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