Striped Bass Research on the Arkansas River



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Sixteen Striped Bass from the Arkansas River were tagged with radio telemetry capsules by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. The purpose of the study was to understand the spawning migration patterns, which types of habitat and water conditions they prefer, as well as year-round travel by Striped Bass.

This Slide Show Link shows how the Oklahoma biologists tagged and released the striped bass for the study.

The 16 striped bass each have individual tag numbers.

Here is the link to all sixteen tagged Striped Bass.

Using the key word Striped Bass in the search field of the Oklahoma digital library will bring up several research articles pertaing to the Arkansas River.


  Ben Sander's

Arkansas River Striped Bass Fishing

How to Check What Striped Bass Eat

Arkansas River Striped Bass Guides

Arkansas River Locks and Dams

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