Striped bass, more commonly called ‘rockfish’ or ‘stripers,’ are perhaps the most iconic fish from the Mid-Atlantic States. Distinguished by the dark horizontal stripes on their silver bodies, rockfish can live up to 30 years and reach over five feet in length. They migrate up and down the East Coast, but most are born in the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries and play an important role as a top predator in the Bay ecosystem. They are prized by recreational anglers and commercial fishermen alike.
The meat of the wild striped bass fillet is hearty, mild, and delicious - great on the grill, sauteed or roasted.
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