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Amundson discusses how conservation efforts at the Weldon Hatchery are assisting in the preservation of striped bass, or rockfish, in the Roanoke River. The hatchery is the world's first and oldest striped bass hatchery.
Total length and weight data of striped bass were sampled in the Roanoke River near Weldon, North Carolina. Equations were developed to allow anglers to estimate the weight of striped bass caught during the spring based on the length of the fish caught.