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Science Takes Center Stage on Cape Cod

On Friday, May 17th, members of the saltwater angling community converged for a day of fisheries science, the latest research and thoughtful discussions about the future of our fisheries. ASGA hosted its second Fisheries Science Symposium in partnership with the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole. The day was structured

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ASMFC Spring 2024 Meeting Recap

ASMFC Spring 2024 Meeting Recap: Striped Bass Release-Mortality Work Group, Acoustic Menhaden Survey, and Cobia Draft Addendum II. Feature Photo – Captain Brian Kelley releasing a healthy bass. Arlington, May 2024—This past week, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission met for its Spring 2024 meeting. As far as ASMFC meetings

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Striped Bass Underwater

What to Watch for: ASMFC Spring Meeting

The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASFMC) will gather in Arlington, Virginia this week for the 2024 Spring Meeting. As always, we are closely watching several of the Board and Committee meetings. While many important decisions on critical species were made in previous meetings, there are still a few things we

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A striped bass being released by an angler.

Talkin’ Striped Bass Spawn Dynamics

Consistent spawning production is paramount to a fishery’s long-term health. Many environmental factors are suspected to impact annual spawning production, and understanding these effects is crucial for conserving this fishery. For Atlantic striped bass, the right conditions are linked to high flows, a cool spring and a moderate temperature rise

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Veteran Florida Guides Concerned About False Albacore

While the ASGA team is extremely proud of the community we’re building with the Guide Post Podcast, we would be remiss not to show love to other industry-leading podcasts that we respect and draw inspiration from. The MillHouse Podcast sits at the top tier of that list. Andy Mill, a

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Research Tracks New England Albies to Florida

Feature Photo: A school of false albacore chasing bait along the remnants of a nearshore shipwreck off the coast of Jupiter, Florida. Captured by photographer Paul Dabill. As many of our advocates already know, launching The Albie Project was a nerve-wracking process for the ASGA team. Nearly three years after

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Net Pen Aquaculture: A Striped Bass Nightmare

There was a conversation during last month’s ASMFC Winter Meeting that floated under the radar but has major implications for our striped bass fishery. On Thursday, one day after the Striped Bass Board met to finalize Addendum II, NOAA staff gave a presentation about state involvement and the outlook for

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Fly Angler Holding Bass

The Canadian Striped Bass Rebound

“The striped bass population is fine! We don’t need to change anything. The oceans are warming, and the fish are moving north to Canada. Have you seen those drone videos of the spawns over the border? It’s insane how many fish there are!” How often have we heard some version

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Letters to Santa & ASMFC

This weekend, many young anglers and advocates are composing final letters addressed to the North Pole, pleading for new rods, reels and fishing gadgets to round out their year. We hope the entire striped bass community will keep their pens and paper out for an additional note, as the written

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Coastal Journey of False Albacore – Research Update

ASGA and New England Aquarium announce the latest findings in The Albie Project that point towards one connected coast for false albacore. First and foremost, ASGA would like to thank everyone who purchased Albie Project goods or donated directly to support our research efforts – and of course, our wonderful

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