Can Chesapeake Stripers Catch a Break?

Chesapeake Bay is the single most important place in the world for Atlantic striped bass.

That being the case, one might suppose that fishery managers would take particular care to protect both the big females that spawn in the Chesapeake rivers, and the immature fish that sometimes abound in Bay waters before they have recruited into the spawning stock, but it turns out that neither of those suppositions is true.

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