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    Striped bass are a popular sport fish in the Central Valley, but maintaining the fishery for the non-native species has become controversial. Sacramento fishing guide J.D. Richey describes why anglers fish for them. Coming soon at sacbee.com: An in-depth look at the striped bass controversy, and what one state agency is doing to control these non-native predators in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.

Striped bass are a popular sport fish in the Central Valley, but maintaining the fishery for the non-native species has become controversial. Sacramento fishing guide J.D. Richey describes why anglers fish for them. Coming soon at sacbee.com: An in-depth look at the striped bass controversy, and what one state agency is doing to control these non-native predators in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Ryan Sabalow The Sacramento Bee
Striped bass are a popular sport fish in the Central Valley, but maintaining the fishery for the non-native species has become controversial. Sacramento fishing guide J.D. Richey describes why anglers fish for them. Coming soon at sacbee.com: An in-depth look at the striped bass controversy, and what one state agency is doing to control these non-native predators in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Ryan Sabalow The Sacramento Bee

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