Over winter Striper Secrets

This is a revealing glimpse into the life history strategy of Hudson River-origin striped bass (Morrone saxatilis), based on surprising observations carried out over a personal 10-year (1997-2006) tag and release (T/R) study, in which ...

Over winter Striper Secrets

This is a revealing glimpse into the life history strategy of Hudson River-origin striped bass (Morrone saxatilis), based on surprising observations carried out over a personal 10-year (1997-2006) tag and release (T/R) study, in which better than 15,000 over-wintering fish were marked for science in the Thames River, CT. Eight other northeast O-W contingents are profiled, seasonal problems are identified, spin, fly and trolling techniques are discussed, and frequently asked questions about the fish and their tagging are addressed. Consequently many related riddles are solved, along with reasons why the author has long been involved with fisheries research. With this information in hand, you won't have to wait till spring to resume your striped bass fishing. Juvenile, as well as adult members of this regions most popular game fish use numerous estuaries to over-winter in. Closer to home than imagined, they offer an Rx for cabin fever symptoms. Their wintertime biology and reasons for it, how to catch them, where summertime travels take them, along with many other secrets are profiled. Much of which is supported by previous fisheries research presented in a "common language" that any angler understands. It's a book filled with surprising insights and relationships all saltwater anglers will enjoy.

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