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Was just looking on the ASA website and I see that the ASA was sold to Reggie Fountain. Here is the article.

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

It?s official. Reggie Fountain has purchased the American Striper Association. It has taken a little more time than expected to work out management assignments and direction. "Reggie has the determination and resources to take the ASA to a new and exciting level," said SKA managing partner Jack Holmes. We will continue to lend our expertise to the ASA for as long as necessary. Reggie will now link other boat manufacturers and motor companies to join him in making this the best trail in the country. Over the next two weeks many new and exciting programs will be announced. The schedule, which is now being finalized, will be as follows:

April 28th - 30th. Cape May, New Jersey

May 5th - 7th Boater?s World ... Annapolis. Teams will be able to fish this event, the rod and reel event, and the MSSA, without penalty.

May 19th - 21st Sandy Hook

June 2nd - 4th Snug Harbor

June 16th - 17th Sandy Hook

September - One event in Connecticut

October - two events on Long Island

November - two events in New Jersey

December - two events in Virginia

All events will have a mandatory check out and you will be able to weigh one fish per day.
 

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Hello Mike: Looks like the ASA picked two perfect dates for stripers fishing out of Cape May. Those that use surf clams may find some Black Drum on the end of their lines (depending on bay water temps) by late April mixed in with the stripers.
A day after the new moon om May 27 is about perfect.
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Looks like SandyHook on the 16-17 is perfect for the bunkers pooring down the beach.Hope Kobey and Vin can jump on board for a tourament or two.
 
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