Release a Breeder Club: Angler Members

The following anglers have helped to conserve breeder size striped bass, and have safely released the fish listed below. If you would like to participate in this program too just fill out this application. You’ll just need a picture of the fish being safely released.

View 2017 Angler Members
View 2016 Angler Members
View 2015 Angler Members
View 2014 Angler Members

2018 Angler Members:

Picture Angler Name Location of Catch Length of Fish (approximate) Date of Release
Image UploadDavid GillChesapeake Bay40"03/11/2018
Image UploadGreg O'DriscollDeleware River45"04/25/2018
Image UploadSteve CultonHousatonic River39"04/25/2018
Image UploadLee ArcoHudson river42"05/09/2018
Image UploadJim BalamMouth of the Merrimack River38"06/09/2018
Image UploadMichael PaternosterPoint Pleasant Beach41"05/30/2018
Image UploadRaymond CohenRaritan Bay41"04/14/2018
Image UploadKane SmithSalisbury, MA44"06/09/2018
Image UploadBill Balam Jr.Salisbury, MA42"06/09/2018
Image UploadMike VetackSalisbury, MA36"06/09/2018
Picture Angler Name Location of Catch Length of Fish (approximate) Date of Release

CONTACT INFO

Stripers Forever
209 Winn Road
Falmouth, ME 04105
stripers@stripersforever.org

ABOUT US

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.

MISSION STATEMENT

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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