Posted March 23, 2017
Striped bass are moving into the Chesapeake Bay and into the bay's spawning tidal rivers. These include the Potomac, Patuxent, Nanticoke, Choptank and Susquehanna Rivers. Despite the unusually warm weather in February, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources says everything looks on track for a normal mid-April spawn.
Chesapeake Bay as seen from space.
The Cheapeake Bay is the nursery for 75 percent or more, of the striped bass found along the Atlantic Coast. Consider that the Chesapeake Bay is the largest estuary in the U.S. More than 150 freshwater rivers and streams, where stripers can spawn, drain into the Bay.
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Striped Bass Migration.