- n a serviceman who wears stripes on the uniform to indicate rank or years of service
he's a four-striper
- n caught along the Atlantic coast of the United States
- n marine food and game fish with dark longitudinal stripes; migrates upriver to spawn; sometimes placed in the genus Morone
- He would never consider eating a striper he caught he does not like the taste.
- You see that pole bend down and that striper taking all your line and going out 500 ft.
- The ship's skipper is Paul Ramsey, 48, a trim-mustached four-striper (Annapolis '27), a top-notch Navy flyer in World War II, who is prone to roar "What the Hell!".
News & Articles
- Anglers sought for bass study
The Coastal Conservation Association Maine and the Gulf of Maine Research Institute are collaborating on a data collection program called "Snap-A-Striper," aimed at compiling photos and valuable information from live release and legally kept striped bass caught in Maine waters. read more
June 22, 2013 - The Times Record
- Fish On!: 50-pound bass in North Shore waters!
Whoever said that 50-pound stripers are rare north of the Cape should talk to Boston Harbor Captain Russ Burgess. Each year, it seems that he manages to break the much-sought-after 50 mark consistently, and he did it again last week. Almost twice.
June 21, 2013 - The Daily Item
- It's a great time to be fishing
NORTH SHORE -- All the stripers you can muster is the word from Suds and Soda in Greenland. The river in Portsmouth on up to Newmarket and Dover have keepers and lots of schoolies.
June 21, 2013 - Lowell Sun
- President Bush in Washington Post
It's a good fish to catch,Bush said of the striped bass, reeling off facts about it. "There's nothing like catching a big striper."
- Emma Roberts in Chicago Sun-Times
I think the key was moving Nancy to Los Angeles, where a new story begins for her,Roberts says. "Maybe in the second one, we'll have a candy striper scene. I love how in the old books Nancy is a student, a detective and a candy striper in...