This report just came in from my good buddy Striper Dave (http://www.striperdave.com). Dave was out fishing in this sloppy, cold mess called weather and as usual catches fish where other fear to tread.
With a cold front and possible snow approaching I decided to give it a try today on the jetty. Ended up catching 2 nice schoolies on the rocks. I was using a 3 inch baby striper swim shad while employing a slow/medium retrieve. Both fish seemed to be holding fairly tight to the rocks. Both fish were energetic and made for some exciting fun on my light tackle. I can't wait to get out there during the snow if we get it. It is always a beautiful sight, seeing it snowing over the Chesapeake Bay. Keep in mind though if you give it a try that Korkers/spikes will be a must for slippery rocks.