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  1. Indiana Stripers and Wipers
    On July 3rd I met up with a friend for some Indiana true striped bass fishing. Needless to say we had a very good day at it. I boated the first fish and he tells me right off submit this fish for fish of the year. I said I would, and I did. I got good photo reproductions made and even sent a...
  2. Indiana Stripers and Wipers
    On July 3rd I met up with a friend for some Indiana true striped bass fishing. Needless to say we had a very good day at it. I boated the first fish and he tells me right off submit this fish for fish of the year. I said I would, and I did. I got good photo reproductions made and even sent a...
  3. Chesapeake Bay
    By Rona Kobell Maryland Department of Natural Resources officials are grappling with how to manage the striped bass fishery after seizing more than 12 tons of illegally caught fish in the Chesapeake Bay last month. On Feb. 1, Natural Resources police confiscated nearly three tons of rockfish...
  4. Poaching in Maryland Virginia and North Carolina
    DNR head comments on use of tracking devices The secretary of Maryland's Department of Natural Resources told state legislators Friday that his agency has done nothing illegal while investigating poachers on the Eastern Shore. At least six Dorchester County watermen reported finding tracking...
  5. Poaching in Maryland Virginia and North Carolina
    By Candus Thomson, The Baltimore Sun 5:24 p.m. EST, February 22, 2011 The commercial striped bass season will reopen Friday, three weeks after illegal nets filled with 10 tons of fish were found in the waters off Kent Island. The decision yesterday morning by the Department of Natural Resources...
  6. West Virginia Stripers
    West Virginia DNR Weekly reports and conditions
  7. West Virginia Stripers
    By JOHN MCCOY Sunday Gazette-Mail CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- West Virginia's state-owned fish hatcheries didn't grow as many walleye or hybrid striped bass last year, but production of other popular game fish compensated for the shortfall. "Overall, I'd say we had an above-average year,'' said...
  8. The Gallows - Poachers Hall of Shame
    By Bob Maciulis / Outdoor Notebook It seems that nothing is sacred, after all. What's worse, Americans seem willing to accept it as the price of progress. But, what's the cost to our culture? Bob Podgorski, member of the board of the Fox River Valley chapter of Muskies, Inc., sent more proof...
  9. DelMarVA
    Maryland Dnr fishing reports for the Chesapeake and tributaries.
  10. South Carolina - Interior
    DNR pushes hatchery fee for fishing permits S.C. wildlife officials want to add an extra $5.50 fee to certain fishing permits to help support state fish hatcheries. The fee would be tacked on to permits for striped bass, striped bass hybrids, smallmouth bass, brown trout, rainbow trout and...
  11. Georgia Stripers
    Striper proposal As for Georgia and the striped bass plan, the Wildlife Resources Division, which has been stocking hybrid bass in the major and smaller lakes of the Altamaha River Basin, is now considering the reestablishment of the native striper population. The lakes, which are actually...
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