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Old 05-04-2019, 04:36 PM
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Fished Greene from 5am-330pm. Took about an hour with two of us to scap up 8 herring. Ended the day with a 34.5" male on live. That was the only action that we had. Not even a nibble on chunk.
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Old 05-04-2019, 10:03 PM
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Friday night predicted 70% rain all Saturday morning. We almost postponed. Turned out to be perfect weather. No wind, no rain and good cloud cover from 8-1pm with my new crew of three! No record breakers but we landed 26 up to 7lbs. I went to my same spots in Newburgh bay that always produce. The armada was all sitting at Dennings but we passed them and seemed to be the first few on the action. The bite picked up on the start of incoming about 8:30. These three all had their best fishing day of their lives and had a great time.

P.S. Doc Z, were you in a Green Neon shirt in a Grady White? I think I passed you.

Hope to be back out there soon!
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Old 05-05-2019, 03:22 PM
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Fished Friday afternoon Kingston area high tide boated 4 lost 1 fought the wind on anchor with the upriver wind and outgoing tide. . Took a buddy out for his first time striper fishing. one 21lb on the 1 blood rod while fishing 5 chunk. Back out first thing Saturday morning boated 4 more fish one of which was a 42” 35lb slob not bad for his 2nd day striper fishing on the Hudson. Fish cAme on the chunk first thing in the am . Finished out high tide. Ran back in for bait and went back out in the afternoon for high tide and picked up another 4 fish up to 19lb . Beginning of tide seemed to be when we got most of our bites . Bloodworms out fished the chunk fishing on anchor by a couple fish . Click image for larger version

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Old 05-05-2019, 05:51 PM
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Put in at Albany today, hard time finding herring at first but got 4 in a usual spot, fished above I-90 and then down above the port, one 34" on live. Started marking herring all over as the day wore on but they wouldn't hit. Water temp 50, clarity ok. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q559YMSVsoE
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Old 05-05-2019, 10:30 PM
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Friday night predicted 70% rain all Saturday morning. We almost postponed. Turned out to be perfect weather. No wind, no rain and good cloud cover from 8-1pm with my new crew of three! No record breakers but we landed 26 up to 7lbs. I went to my same spots in Newburgh bay that always produce. The armada was all sitting at Dennings but we passed them and seemed to be the first few on the action. The bite picked up on the start of incoming about 8:30. These three all had their best fishing day of their lives and had a great time.

P.S. Doc Z, were you in a Green Neon shirt in a Grady White? I think I passed you.

Hope to be back out there soon!

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Old 05-06-2019, 12:12 AM
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We spent the last 38 hours on the water and managed a total of 22 fish up to 35 inches. 5/4 Newburgh bay was hot with a good bit on Flood into Slack but the fish got lockjaw on Ebb tide. My buddy caught over 40 fish alone down by Bannerman's well south of the 100+ boats crowding the bay...he was smart. At night we went to Marlboro and fished eels at Trap Rock. I managed the 35" fish. He took the eel and swam right to the surface. I had a monster on shortly after but lost it....bent my pole right under the boat the the hook pulled. Through the night we cruised from Poughkeepsie to the NBB and the screen was blank...not a fish in site. A cold rain moved in around 1am and never left making conditions tough for Sunday. The Newburgh bite just died. My buddies spend the morning in Poughkeepsie and while there were not a ton of marks most of the fish they caught were 30-40 inches. We motored up but only got fish in the mid 20 in range at the end of the Flood tide. My buddy POW nailed a nice 42 inch/34 lber. As soon as the tide started moving south at more than 1 mph the bite just shut down. There were plenty of fish up there but no bite. I suspect the dropping water temps are slowing down the bite. Newburgh went from 55 down to 52 on 5/5 and Poughkeepsie was a whopping 51 degrees. Going back out at 5am.
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Old 05-07-2019, 12:46 AM
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What a difference a day makes...we went from wearing thermals/layer/boots/warmers and hats to a T-Shirt and shorts today...and to add to this the bite picked up significantly but today they seemed way more interested in Sand Worms than Bloods. At the end of the am Ebb we managed a nice 39in/24lb Cow just north of Trap Rock then we went to Newburgh for the am Slack into Flood and it paid off......the bite was on as there were steady feeding fish from Bannerman's Island to the tanks in 35-38 FOW. My guess is the colder temps (51) drove the fish back down to the West Point area where it is deep and the ambient water temp down there is around 54-55...Today's warmup pushed them back up which is why they first showed up in the Cornwall Bay area then to the Bridge. The front of of this school had many 35+ inch fish and the middle and rear were mostly 20-30 inchers following the Cows. All my buddies picked up fish over 35 inches today...and we ended up with 33 for the day but went through a flat of Sands and Bloods. There were a LOT of small bait stealers in the mix. Oh yea..........we broke our boat record which I said would not happen in this lifetime for a Hudson fish.....we topped our 38 lber with a 45 inch 44 lb Slob......caught in 24 FOW where we found the floor littered with Cows staging to travel on the Ebb tide. She was caught with a small eel set at 21 feet. Water temps in Newburgh went from 54 to 57 degrees but in Marlboro it was still 51 degrees which explains why that had not lit up yet which is normally does by this time. I attached my buddies Sonar so you can see all the Cows sitting on the floor.
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Old 05-07-2019, 10:10 AM
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Hell of a report doc, congrats!
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Old 05-07-2019, 07:31 PM
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I didn't fish today but my buddy got a 49" 54 lber today.
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Wow ! 1st day out. Newburgh was slow..
had to be up North ?
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Old 05-07-2019, 09:44 PM
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0 Bass for me so far. Been around catskill bridge by the usual parking spots on the river. Herring is spotty. The creek had no hits on a sabiki. Even drifted out most of it today from 430 to 630. Creek was 57 degrees. Didn't go to the river from my dock spot in the creek.

Best I had was either saturday or sunday. 2 live herring on my live liner reels had good screams. The herring survived. That was after I drifted north on the flood and it was close to slack during the afternoon. Might of done better If I had slider rigs on. Had 3 ways for drifting on 3oz. Reel runs were while anchored in 20ft or so east side.

Others in my area would say the same. River is stuggling to get to 53. Looks like the rainy weather has struggled to make progress with temps over the past week.

Got a new hummingbird helix 7 SI fishfinder. Still learning it, but it looks pretty slow, or they're hugging the bottom hard. Focused on 10-20ft on east side and 10ft west side around castkill bridge area.

I did visit green island park right off 787 friday evening fished 5 to 7 with bucktails only. Left like I had a tap or two. Didn't see any herring on shore. MAybe 6 or so folks at the park and the same across the river. Looked ike skunks for them. Definitely planning on hitting bike trail with my rigged up bike towards end of may or so.

Visibility looks to be getting better. Most of this week I had about 2-3ft before I could not see my 2oz bucktail. Darm bucktail broke my new tsunami travel surf rod during a cast........

Got 4 dead herring in the cooler and one live in the baitwell......

Last week there was talk of coxsackie being better than catskill.
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Yea.....that was Milton. Newburgh has only been good slack into flood tide for now.....they are traveling and not feeding on ebb tides.
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Got on some cows in the Poughkeepsie/Milton stretch. Biggest was 46 pushing 50 pounds. Followed by 43 38 pounds, 37 20 lbs and 34 17 lbs. All incoming tide drifting bloods at 19. My son had a day not many kids get to experience.
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Fished Albany to Troy today. Anchored for a while near the port...no action from any of the boats that I could see. Headed to the dam and drifted back to Albany...no takers so far. Water is up to 54.
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Out at catskill park. Herring easy to come by via stoolie.

Only caught herring, no bass fishing. Got the bait for my next trip.
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