Tuesday, July 19, 2011

What's Happening to the Striped Bass?

The gist of this first-rate story from the East Hampton Star (published May 26, when I wasn't paying attention) is that there does seem to be fewer striped bass around but the reason might simply be that nature is controlling the striped bass population after a number of successful spawning years led to great abundance -- in other words, a natural cycle.

That leaves open the question though of what, if anything, is happening with other fish.

Thanks to Matt (@soundbounder) for sending it to me.


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