2015 Striped Bass Harvest: How Did We Do?

Photo: Brian Bennett
Photo: Brian Bennett

Charles Witek with a thorough analysis of the preliminary 2015 striped bass harvest estimates.

Every coastal state, except for one, contributed more than its share to the conservation effort, with reductions that ranged from 90%, up in bass-starved New Hampshire, to 38% in Massachusetts.

The only coastal state that failed to reduce harvest at all was, predictably, New Jersey, which again managed to manipulate the “conservation equivalency” concept to escape all responsibility for conserving the stock.

LINK (via: One Angler’s Voyage)

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