Set of scaled elevation drawings of the Striped Bass viewed from the front and side

The Striped Bass (Morone saxatilis), also called the Atlantic striped bass, rockfish, lineside, and striper, belong to the family Moronidae and are very significant in sport fishing. The Striped bass are anadromous, spawning in freshwater bodies of North America and live off the Atlantic coast.

They are highly identified by their silvery bodies having continuous dark lines running along its metallic sides. Striped Bass are the most common sport fish in Chesapeake Bay and are easily identified by their white underside and upper stripes. The fish can be hybridized with other species like the white bass and its flesh can be consumed raw or pickled.

Striped Basss have a total length between 20”-55” (51-140 cm), body height of 5.5”-15.5” (14-39.4 cm), and an overall weight in the range of 5-70 lb (2.3-32 kg). The typical lifespan of the Striped Bass is 20-30 years.


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5.5”-15.5” | 14-39.4 cm
20”-55” | 51-140 cm
5-70 lb | 2.3-32 kg
Scientific Name:
Morone saxatilis
20-30 years


Drawings include:

Striped Bass side elevation, front

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Freshwater fish are fish that spend some or all of their live in water with a salinity level lower than .05%. Freshwater fish, due to the segmented nature of ponds, lakes, and rivers, are subject to speciation similar to species on islands.