its energy store. After about 2 weeks they are on their own to find planktonic food such as rotifers and other minute animals (which are abundant in the tidal parts of these rivers). The young striped bass feed on progressively larger fish (like anchovies) and invertebrates (like blue crabs) as they get older.
The commercial and recreational fisheries are closely monitored by state and federal fisheries biologists to promote a healthy population. The recovery of the once severely depleted East Coast striped bass population is one of the few real success stories in U.S. fishery management.
Want to know how to tell a wild striped bass from a farm-raised hybrid (striped bass - white bass cross)? The wild fish will have unbroken black stripes down its side like the one pictured above.
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Prime Seafood's owner is a fisheries biologist with over 35 years of experience including 30 years as a federal government official involved in marine fisheries conservation and management, nationwide and internationally.
If you are a serious fisherman, check out his website devoted to Big Marine Fish.
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Jim Chambers, Owner
Joe Boncore, Director of Operations (240-483-8475)
Dan Beck, Manager of East Coast Operations (252-202-5683)
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