In recent years, reports have been increasing of people angling or seeing striped bass in areas where they have not commonly been found before. This includes freshwater sections of rivers in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence and in marine and freshwater areas of the North Shore of Quebec and southern Labrador.
 
To get a better understanding of the number and distribution of striped bass  and the potential impacts they may be having on Atlantic salmon, we are asking anglers to keep track of where and when they are seeing and catching striped bass outside of their normal range.
 
Please answer the following questions for each separate location/time you have seen or caught striped bass in: a) freshwater in any salmon river; or b) in marine waters of the North Shore of Quebec or Newfoundland and Labrador.

ASF encourages anglers to be aware of and respect applicable regulations before angling for and/or harvesting striped bass in inland waters:
 

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* 1. Please tell us about where and when you caught or saw the striped bass:

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* 2. Please tell us about the striped bass that you caught or saw:

Do you have any photos of the fish or their stomach contents that you'd be willing to share with us? If so, please upload up to three photos below:

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* 6. Is there any other information you think we should know?

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* 7. Please provide your contact details. This information will be kept confidential and will only be used to contact you if we have any questions about the information you have provided.

Thank you for providing this information. To submit your data, click DONE below.
If you have any questions about this survey, please e-mail us at savesalmon@asf.ca. To learn more about the Atlantic Salmon Federation, please visit our website: www.asf.ca

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