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Not Native to Alaskan waters the striped bass is a member of the perch family (Percichthyidae). The striper can be found in many parts of the west coast of the United States, although western stocks do not support a commercial fishery. The striped bass was first introduced to the West Coast in 1886, with fish from the Navesink River in New Jersey transported via rail to San Francisco Bay. The range of the species is from Los Angeles north to the Columbia River on the Oregon / Washington state border.
They have been caught in Ensenada, Mexico and in increasing numbers in Alaska as well as British Columbia. The fish has been successfully introduced in numerous inland lakes, reservoirs and river systems across the U.S. and is now found also in Europe and Asia.

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