03 June 2009

Stripers, Stripers, Stripers...Stripers

Striper Spawning

"...stripers, like many saltwater fish, travel up rivers to get away from the salt water and spawn in brackish to clear, clean waters. Once breeding grounds are found, these fish will most likely return year after year depending on water temperature."

Full story at SeacoastOnline.com
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Striper…So, Why’d You Kill It?

“Catching, filleting, preparing and eating my first saltwater catch was a long-sought-after goal accomplished this week in Gloucester when I snared a 41.5-inch, 24-pound striped bass. He was beautiful, strong and….”

Story at SalemNews.com
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Stripers…in Massachusetts

“Striped bass continue to show in more numbers as mackerel make their annual push north. Cod, haddock and flounder are also being caught in more numbers on the North Shore.”

Article at EagleTribune.com
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Stripers…a Book

“Anglers lie (totally acceptable; this is fishing after all) and cheat (unacceptable and rare) in their pursuit of trophy stripers. ...”

Read the book review at NYTimes.com
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