Hybrid Striped Bass
HYBRID STRIPED BASS (Morone saxatilis x Morone chrysops)
ALIAS: Wiper, striper, white rock bass
IDENTIFICATION: Broken stripes run along the sides and back of this deep-bodied, silver fish. Appearance is a mixture of striped and white bass.
DIET: Insects, bluegill, small fish such as golden shiner minnows and commercial fish food.
SPAWNING: Does not naturally occur; fish removed must be re-stocked over time.
FISHING TIPS: Crank baits and live baits such as nightcrawlers and baitfish are effective for hybrid striped bass. Since they are a schooling fish, bites often come fast and furious.
50 fish per acre stocking rate is recommended.
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