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Bass, hybrid striped

26 in   Guist Creek Lake, Shelbyville, KY, USA 24-August-2013  	Matthew Schaefer 26 in Guist Creek Lake, Shelbyville, KY, USA 24-August-2013 Matthew Schaefer

The hybrid striped bass, or “wiper,” is an artificial cross between a striped bass (Morone saxatilis) and a white bass (Morone chrysops). Hybridization of these two species does not occur naturally. Therefore, hybrid striped bass must be cultured in a fish hatchery situation. Like its parents, the hybrid frequents the open water portions of a lake, feeding almost exclusively on gizzard shad or other pelagic fishes. Hybrids are more tolerant of warmer water and lower dissolved oxygen than striped bass. For these reasons, they can be stocked into a wider variety of waters than striped bass. Indiana's hybrid striped bass stocking program began in an effort to help utilized overabundant shad populations and to create additional fishing opportunities in many of the state's reservoirs.

 

LengthLocationCatch DateAnglerKayak
26 in Guist Creek Lake, Shelbyville, KY, USA 24-August-2013 Matthew Schaefer Jackson Coosa
21 in Gastonia, North Carolina, USA 04-July-2011 Stewart Venable Wilderness Tarpon 100



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