Stripers Forever is an all-volunteer, conservation organization with no paid administrative staff.  Everything that we raise goes into our advocacy efforts.  It takes money to run our communications, fund our various programs and pay our lobbyist.  Striped bass enthusiasts can get no greater bang for their donated conservation dollars than by helping Stripers Forever raise the funds needed to cover our modest budget.  Unless it says otherwise the item is shipped free to the winning bidder.

The items being auctioned here are either wholly or in great part donated to SF by fellow striped bass fishermen. Please, bid early and often, and email your friends this link so they too can get in on the bidding fun. Remember, all monies raised go directly into wild striped bass conservation.

Do you have a product or service that we could add to the auction? If you complete and return the 2018 Donation Form to You will get great recognition and advertising value through the exposure to our other members.

Before the auction begins you can visit the My Account page and setup your account so you can be ready to bid on items when the auction begins. Each item has a auction history tab on its individual page, here you can see the status of the bidding. Shipping is included in the winning auction price. Guide trips will be delivered by email. Please feel free to email us at with any questions.

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Stripers Forever
209 Winn Road
Falmouth, ME 04105


Welcome to the official web site for Stripers Forever, an all-volunteer organization dedicated to making the striped bass a gamefish. By eliminating commercial exploitation of the #1 recreational saltwater fishery on the east coast, over 3,000,000 recreational anglers will enjoy the social and financial benefits that will come from an improved striped bass population.


Stripers Forever advocates for the conservation and responsible stewardship of wild striped bass along the Atlantic Coast.

Stripers Forever, a non-profit, internet-based conservation organization, seeks game fish status for wild striped bass on the Atlantic Coast in order to significantly reduce striper mortality, to provide optimum and sustainable public fishing opportunities for anglers from Maine to North Carolina, and to secure the greatest socio-economic value possible from the fishery.

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