striped bass


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caught along the Atlantic coast of the United States

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marine food and game fish with dark longitudinal stripes

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Concurrently, acoustically tagged bluefish (age 0 and age 1+), weakfish, and striped bass were monitored by using receivers throughout the river to determine days of continuous occupation and movements by individuals of these 3 species (Manderson et al.
In the spirit of increasing Indigenous access to the Striped bass fishery, the Minister has also asked the department to negotiate enhanced Food, Social and Ceremonial (FSC) access to the fishery for interested Indigenous groups.
Unlike some fish species that reproduce only once or twice in their lives, striped bass can live and spawn for 30 years, growing all the while.
Throughout the experiment, water quality was monitored daily and kept within optimal growth conditions for hybrid striped bass (Kohler 2000).
Boosting these numbers, the FWC conducts annual stockings of striped bass and sunshine bass into the St.
Striped bass are polygamous broadcast spawners that rely on water temperature to determine spawn initiation.
Bass are opportunistic predators, who consume a variety of prey species depending on their availability and location; bay anchovies, small crustaceans, and worms are all significant parts of the striped bass diet in addition to menhaden.
More recently, states along the Atlantic seaboard have taken a decidedly less cautionary approach to striped bass management than their colonial predecessors.
The state also leads in production of hybrid striped bass fry, Chinese carp and largemouth bass for stocking, according to the Agriculture Department.
Sampling and culture of striped bass from locations across the bay have led to the isolation of a number of distinct species of mycobacteria that occur alone or as polyinfections within individual fish (2-4).
Also known as the striped bass, state officials in Maryland say the recent rate of successful spawning is significantly above its 52-year average.
Fish that live in the bottom sediments of rivers and estuaries where organic chemicals get suspended, such as wild striped bass, are particularly susceptible to the latter pollutants.
Hanging on a wall in my office at the Ma'at Youth Academy is a picture of my father in his early thirties proudly holding a huge striped bass caught on the Richmond shoreline in Butler's Bay.
Biotic surveys since 1975 have documented consistently highest PCB concentrations (> 2 [micro]g/g wet weight) in the American eel (Anguilla rostrata), bluefish (Pomatomus saltatrix), striped bass (Morone saxatilis), white perch (Morone americana), and white cash (Ictalurus catus).
Hybrid striped bass production began in the mid 1980s and is now a major aquaculture industry.