Release a Breeder Club: Guide/Captain Members

 


The following guides/captains have pledged to promote the catch and release of breeders to their clients. In doing so each guide and/or captain is doing his or her part to turn around the decline in striped bass by educating their anglers about the importance of protecting breeder size striped bass.

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Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Carle HildrethSouth Portland, MEnoslackcharters.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain John IsdanavageBeachwood NJcoastalanglerflyfishing.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Peter A. WhelanPortsmith, NHshoalsflyfishing.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Eric WallaceFreeport, MEcoastalflyangler.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Layne WagnerLong Beach, NYstripersforever.org
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Rob ThompsonOrient, NYstripersforever.org
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Ray StachelekEast Greenwich, RIstripersforever.org
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Blake SmithWestport, CTstripersforever.org
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Bill ‘Grizzly’ SmithPembroke, MAfishboston.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Don SaywardWells, MEdonsfirstlight.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Zak RobinsonRye, NHrisingtideanglers.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain David RimmerNewbury, MAjoppacharters.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Barry RichardsEssex, MAworldwidefishing.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Matt ReinemoNantucket, MAsquarespace.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Dave PecciKennebec, MEobsessioncharters.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Joseph MustariHazlet, NJmazmancharters.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Matthew MillerSag Harbor, NYstripersforever.org
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureDon KleinerUnion, MEmaineoutdoors.biz
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Doug JowettBrunswick, MEmainestripedbassfishing.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Eliot JenkinsHamilton, MAbostonflyfishing.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Norman Hyett –Boston, MAflyingfishchartersinc.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Jeffery HeyerNantucket, MAcrossrip.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Michael HartRowley, MAipswichbayangling.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain George HarrisBrunswick, MEsuperflycharters.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain James C. GoodhartNewburyport, MAshadowcastercharters.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Roger GendronFairfield, CTstripersforever.org
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Correy GammillNantucket, MAsquaretailoutfitters.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Wayne Frieden –Dorchester, MAreeldreamcharters.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Mike DuclosPine Island Marina, Groton, CTtiderunnercharter.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Mark DrummondKittery Point, MEfishlikemad.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Andrew DerrGreenport, NYflylifemagazine.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Joe DemalderisNJcrosscurrentguideservice.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Vinny CatalanoDover, NHjoeyccharters.com/
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Robin CalitriDover, NHlongislandflyfishing.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Vinnie CalabroHoward Beach, NYkarenanncharters.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Frank BreakellCape May, NJbrynnie-binshorefishing.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Bob BottDebtford, NJbacklashsportfishingusa.com
Guide/Charter/Captain PictureCaptain Kalil BogdanEssex, MAdownrivercharters.com
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CONTACT INFO

Stripers Forever
PO Box 2781
South Portland, ME 04116-2781
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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