It's no secret that striped bass love herring. But with runs dwindling in the New England states, mandated closures are keeping anglers from using that productive bait. Enter Black Salty. Arkansas-based I.F. Anderson Farms has spent more than five years of selective breeding to develop a hearty, golden-brown goldfish that remains lively in the salt for up to two hours. While Black Salties are said to entice everything from seatrout to tuna farther south, are they the answer to the prayers of New England anglers?