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Fluorocarbon is invisible under water, and this will aid the hook up ration with any especially line shy albies. The knot I like to use most for this braided line to fluorocarbon connection is a Modified Albright knot aka the Alberto not. This knot is simple to tie, and I have never had one fail on me. Captain Tom Mikoleski is the successful fishing charter captain of the Grand Slam who sails out of Montauk, NY for trophy striped bass, doormat fluke, jumbo porgies, humpback sea bass, and monster sharks. Eposeidon is an e-commerce company www.
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However, mostly because of poor spawns in the main striper breeding ground, the Chesapeake Bay, but also because of over harvesting by anglers up and down the coast, the stripers are once again in need of some help by fishery managers. The striped bass, without question, is the most popular species of sportfish along the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast coasts. If you are one of the millions of anglers that spend time pursuing striped bass then it is your responsibility to be efficient at releasing fish.
Stripers are a tough robust fish with armor like scales, and a well-muscled body that make them prime survivalists within their enviroment.
The two main causes of mortality to a rod and reel caught striper are from either a physical injury or stress from the exertion of the fight. However, keep in mind, even without an injury from a hook, inappropriate handling during the un-hooking process can cause the fish to expire after release. The reason for this preference is because these hooks are very efficient at hooking fish.
A fish simply eats the bait, and a great majority of the time the fish is hooked, and stays hooked when a circle hook is deployed. A wonderful benefit of circle hooks is that a large majority of hook ups results in a relatively injury- free jaw penetration. Any fish hooked in the mouth area stands a much better chance of surviving a release than a fish hooked down in the gullet.
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So, when bait fishing for striped bass use circle hooks, and you will reduce physical injuries greatly. I often use an armored fillet glove whenever I attempt to grasp a large bass by the inside of the mouth.
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Touching the hard outer gill plate is fine, but by all means avoid the red gill rakers inside the plate. Circle hooks work well, and cut down on gut hooked striped bass tremendously. There is no getting around the fact that the fight is going to cause the fish some stress. The longer the fight, the more lactic acid builds up, too long of a fight and the fish basically becomes paralyzed and dies. To reduce the amount of stress placed on a fish during a struggle against a rod and reel the angler must end the fight as quickly as possible.
This means forget about using light or innapproprite tackle because wimpy tackle will only prolong the fight.
This will put undue stress upon a hooked striped bass, and often, even after reviving, some of these stressed released stripers are going to expire. Bottom line, if you are going to be releasing fish, use gear that will end the fight as quickly as possible. If you insist on using light tackle, once the limit is caught and kept, rack the rod, and head for the barn.
Drag setting is also an important issue in catch and release fishing.