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Visitors to Jordan Lake are finding the beaches littered with dead fish after the largest die-off of striped bass in the history of the reservoir. More than 5,000 striped bass have died since August 1st due to what biologists call a dissolved oxygen and temperature squeeze. The affected area includes Haw River near Robeson Creek to the main basin of the lake near the U.S. 64 bridge.