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  1. Chesapeake Bay
    By Lara Lutz Plunging temperatures seem to have triggered the deaths of about 2 million fish in Maryland's portion of the Chesapeake Bay in an unusually large winter fish kill. Fish kills were reported in late December and early January from the Chesapeake Bay Bridge to Tangier Sound, including...
  2. Sweetwater Fishing -Freshwater Stripers
    Adapted from the Interpet Manual of Fish Health Dissolved oxygen levels at various temperatures Water Temperatures Degrees ° C Oxygen saturation in mg/l Minimum oxygen requirements of fish (mg/l) 05° C = 41° F --- 12.8 mg/l --- Minimum 9.1 mg/l 10° C = 50° F --- 11.3 mg/l --- Minimum 8.8...
  3. The Striper Forum
    It might be out there but I couldn't find any information on water there a certain water temperature that is ideal for striper fishing?......I've heard all this talk about WHEN people start fishing....shouldn't water temperature be the factor....I fish in the...
  4. The Wiper Room
    Hello everyone. My name is Mr. Sheepshead (Dave Hack). I am new to this site. My question is how high water temperature can hybrids survive in? Also, the area i'm talking about is 25 feet in the middle. I assume that would help them in the hot summer. One more question: Can they survive in a 1/2...
  5. New Jersey
    The current Atlantic City Water temperature is 65.8 degrees. This time of year it is usually 58 degrees. 65 is still better than the 72 last week.
  6. Massachusetts
    I saw this posted on another forum ( and I dont think it was posted here yet so here goes: ----------------------------------- Please Return Striped Bass Temperature Tags Wednesday, 08 June 2005 Source Link The following is an announcment from the MA DMF. Please spread the...
  7. Marine Resources
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