A Striped Bass Curiosity: Roe Sacs In NY Waters - 27 East

A Striped Bass Curiosity: Roe Sacs In NY Waters

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Steve and Devin Petras heft a striped bass that bottomed out a 60-pound scale, from the waters off Shinnecock Inlet last week.

Steve and Devin Petras heft a striped bass that bottomed out a 60-pound scale, from the waters off Shinnecock Inlet last week.

Devin Petras releases a big striped bass near Shinnecock Inlet last week.

Devin Petras releases a big striped bass near Shinnecock Inlet last week.

Mark Borucke won the Benny Lupia Memorial Fluke Tournament, which benefits the Hampton Bays Fire Department, on Saturday with this 8.6 pound fluke.

Mark Borucke won the Benny Lupia Memorial Fluke Tournament, which benefits the Hampton Bays Fire Department, on Saturday with this 8.6 pound fluke.

Eloise Hawtin gets a hand from Capt. Dan Giunta showing off a big striped bass she caught while fishing aboard Giunta's charter boat Double D off Montauk recently.

Eloise Hawtin gets a hand from Capt. Dan Giunta showing off a big striped bass she caught while fishing aboard Giunta's charter boat Double D off Montauk recently.

Fluke fishing off Montauk has picked up in the past couple weeks.

Fluke fishing off Montauk has picked up in the past couple weeks.

Noah and Adam Dawson with a nice fluke caught aboard the Shinnecock Star last week.

Noah and Adam Dawson with a nice fluke caught aboard the Shinnecock Star last week.

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In the Field

  • Publication: East Hampton Press
  • Published on: Jul 12, 2022
  • Columnist: Michael Wright
A dozen years or so ago, I caught six or seven striped bass in the late spring and early summer that, when I filleted them, I discovered had large roe... more

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