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Synonyms for striper

a serviceman who wears stripes on the uniform to indicate rank or years of service

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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We use the tags to track where a fish has been, so keep an eye out for stripers with bright pink tags
Coincidentally, the stripers in Texoma were as big as they've been in recent history, with many fish from 12 to over 20 pounds.
The point is to get as many stripers as possible to breed at least once before they're legal to harvest.
Also on the stand at ITMA, in Orizio's finer gauge range, will be the MJMBF2 electronic jacquard with stripers machine in 32 gauge.
Rainbow trout, Channel catfish, Crappie, Bluegill, Big-mouthed Bass and Striped Bass - the sort of stripers who just love being spun a line and only want to nibble your tackle in return.
Stripers who reported the "Ground True' stories said the biggest complaint they heard was that troops didn't feel like they were getting good information about little things like when they would be going home.
From 1998 through 2000, biologists supplemented natural production with the release of 10,000 marked juvenile stripers annually.
Today, the descendants of these pioneer stripers are the indicator species for the health of San Francisco Bay.
With rocky outcroppings on either side of the beach, the tide and currents create massive eddies that trap prey and provide easy forage for the stripers.
November through January is the peak season for stripers, and anglers have a good chance of landing a trophy or two.
31 pounds from Lake Seminole, caught in 1985, and for stripers it's 42.
In one of the final runs of the season, the Canal hosted good numbers of schoolie-size stripers readily hitting small jigs.
Stripers and Spotted Bass >> By June, schools of stripers from 5 to 20 pounds roam open water, while big spots go for topwaters over deep structure.
Stripers, blues, fluke, sea bass, false albacore, and many others can be easily caught along the miles and miles of shoreline, much of it publicly accessible.
The size of the fish displayed on the Web site's front page, giant stripers and rockfish, make it hard to argue.