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  1. Hudson River
    Does anybody know how to differentiate between a male and female herring. I know that I can squeeze them to see if eggs or sperm comes out, but in mid April when the water is still cold not sure if eggs are ready or if males are spewing all over the place seems like that isht is all over my...
  2. Hudson River
    I don't know how determine the difference between males and females. Last year was my first year striper fishing, i only cought one so gave it a kiss and released the 34" 15lb back. This year I would like to keep a few of the males. I havent really looked to hard for this subject and I hope its...
  3. Hudson River
    It's not really clear to me how to tell the difference between a female striped bass and a male, does anyone have any easy way to tell the difference. It's easy if the male starts to spray his junk all over the boat, but that's not always gonna happen. I didnt find anything searching the forum...
  4. Hudson River
    weather was great again, but not the fish. Still got the skunk on my bak this year, and i dont think its coming off. seems to be the end and i cant catch one, ill try again this week
  5. Stripers 101 - The Beginners clinic.
    If a Striper has breasts and was missing a part of male anatomy, I wouldn't be asking this, but how do you tell the differance between a male and female Striper?
  6. The Striper Forum
    I was told that male stripers don't often grow very large.Was wondering if there is any truth to this??I recently caught a male striper that was 31.5" and 13-15.lbs and was told that it was large for a male.Sounded weird to me so i figured I'd ask here.Here's a pic.
  7. The Striper Forum
    According to the Maryland DNR, a study that was done from various fish caught in the Chesapeake Bay regions in 1957 and 1958 highlights 2 facts. (1) beginning at 3 years of age, the female is larger than the male at the same age. and (2) males do not live as long as females. Very few males...
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