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Old 04-27-2018, 11:03 PM
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We fished yesterday into today. Yesterday was tough as we got out late and missed the incoming which has been the ticket...only got one on outgoing tide although lots of big marks but no takers.....stayed out and today we ended up with 12. Back out in a few hours. Water temp 46-48 then back down to 45 degrees today.
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Old 04-28-2018, 03:51 PM
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Went out this morning from 8 to 3. 4 fish today. Marked alot of fish. Water temp was 45 - 47. 28 incher was caught in 40 fow incoming tide.
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Old 04-28-2018, 04:25 PM
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Hit Newburgh today as well. 7:00 to 3:00. Caught 1 23" and 3 smalls all right around 10:00-10:30, 30 FOW. Literally just a few bites between 11:00 and 3:00. Water was rough this afternoon after the wind kicked up.
Counted over 30 boats today in Newburgh bay.
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Old 04-28-2018, 07:10 PM
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Started out 4:30 AM in Highland, scapped my limit of herring, had 3 lines out with live herring all the day until 5:30 PM and not a single run (!?). My friend also scapped his limit and had 2 missed runs. Back out again tmrw, hopefully some luck on the stripers this time.
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Put the boat in today....hit the Marlboro/New Hamburg area from 2 - 5:30 with my son and his GF...not even a bite...ugh. Outgoing tide and the winds kicked up pretty good too. Saw a lot of fish on the fishfinder early, then they disappeared, but they were definitely not hungry. Still a nice day on the river though.

Got out with 15 min to spare because a storm moved in that was NASTY....
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Old 04-28-2018, 11:54 PM
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22 pounds, wappingers, bloodworm. 35' of water, bait at 19'.... Tight lines, screens are hot, fish need to get hungry.
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Old 04-29-2018, 01:43 AM
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We fished Newburgh today from 7am to 3pm. The fish are still acting the same...only biting around the first 2 hours of incoming tide...........then they shut right down and no bite on outgoing. Newburgh bay got rough after the winds kicked so we hit N of Marlboro for a few hours before the storms and we marked a few fish but no bite at all. We marked plenty of fish in Newburgh. We ended up with 9 schoolies up to 26 inches. Water temp went up to 47.9...........still too cold....the fish are playing with the bait and you have to work to hook them..the smaller ones do run. Weather looks terrible and windy for tomorrow (today) so we may wait till Monday. Warm weather next week should kick up the river temps and turn on the bite to be more steady.
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Old 04-29-2018, 10:20 AM
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My son and I fished south of Newburgh yesterday to stay out of the crowd. We started our drift just south of Breakneck Ridge. Lots of marks, with bigger marks in the 30-50 range. All fish caught were in the low 20" range. We fished with blood and sand worms. All fish caught were on sand worms. Ready for the warmer weather next week.
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Old 04-30-2018, 11:36 PM
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We fished Newburgh today from 6am to 9pm and hit all the tides. There was a steady flow of fish on the east side just south of the NBB and North of Dennings point in 32-34 FOW. The bite turned on from mid Flood tide through Ebb and suddenly died at dead low tide. There were lots of big marks going by but we mostly caught schoolies up to 26 inches. We ended the day with 14. Work tomorrow then back out Wednesday....the oncoming warm weather will fire things up. Today was the first time the fish were circling and not all heading North...this is a good sign that they are staging to school and feed. Water temp was 47.9 degrees all day..........as was the dam air temp.

FYI..........these were caught on bloods............tried a live herring again down south with no luck.
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Awsome report Doc, I'll be heading out tomorrow Albany area Tues through Sat afternoon straight through the week, Fishing the same tides, we'll see how the shore fishing does !! 14-16 hrs a day, I'm getting too old for this,...Not!!!
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Yesterday, 4/30/18 about 12:30
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Boated 10 so far today biggest 36"
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Thanks for the good news report. Congrats on a good day on the river. Please share some details:
where?
tide?
type of bait?
bait fished at what depth?
depth of water column?
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East shore south New Hamburg 35 to 45 feet 20 feet down bloods 3 guys 27 16 13 two 12 all pounds also two small fish mid flood tide !27 pound was a challenge getting into the net kept diving was an extra large net but she wanted know part ,same the other day landing 22 pound by myself might have to do with the cold weather as these fish are fighting .
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22 pounds, wappingers, bloodworm. 35' of water, bait at 19'.... Tight lines, screens are hot, fish need to get hungry.
Nice! Once our little ones get bigger I'm going to get back on the kayak. It's great when you need some stealth but not great for covering a lot of water. I'll probably stick with the boat this year. Going out Thursday, Friday, Saturday depending on weather and bait...
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