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Old 05-16-2019, 11:23 PM
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ID:	35792Fished in the Kingston area Wednesday. Got 8 drifting worms mainly 18-25”, marked tons of fish couldn’t get many takers . Headed back out first thing this morning, marked a lot of fish south of Esopus at first light only got 3 shorts . Made a quick move up river to Esopus Meadows only a couple boats around, marked lots of fish there got striper on every drift we made had a double and triple with the triple having a 20 lb fish was netting it while holding one of the rods that was going down with my foot! What a day! After picking up around 20 fish there all the trolling boats swarmed in like vultures, moved up river towards the rondout and ended up marking blankets of striper the screen was full for a good couple hours . Ended up with 41 fish for the day . Ran out of worms while they were biting! Seemed to take both bloods and sands 50/50. Posting pics of this trip plus our biggest fish this season from a couple weekends ago.
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Old 05-17-2019, 02:39 AM
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Today (5/17) was another good day......we fished most of the day up at Rogers Point and did well and finished the day at Trap Rock which produced all 35+ inch fish. We ended up with 19 for the dat up to 37". Another personal best came for one of my friends. My buddy JJ who fished next to me ended the day with 80 fish.....I couldnt figure out how his rods kept going off when ours did not...we were so close I could hand him a cup of coffee. Well....then were discovered one of my friends brough dried banannas on board...WTF....over the side they went and our luck changed......but seriously she had been using and hand gel to clean her hands and she was baiting all the hooks....when we figured this out our luck changed but it was a bit late as the bite was dying. The best bite was slack into flood tide but it did persist someone into Ebb too for once. Most fish were still running north. The 35" males were serious fighters too. Just docked at 2am and will rest to be back at 5 am. The night bite was sketchy but we managed some cows until 9:30 when it died.....still marked HUGE fish from Trap Rock to IBM. Newburgh was loaded but the bite was still tough for the amount of fish....they were stacking on the bottom staging to spawn. I did not see any spawning activity around IBM or Marlboro which surprised me a bit. Water temps started at 55 and went up to 60 at Rogers. IBM was still 55-56 tonight. We still have a few weeks left as it does nit appear they are moving south in any numbers yet...the West banks where they usually travel out were empty all night.
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Old 05-17-2019, 06:00 PM
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Everyone using worms?
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Old 05-17-2019, 06:56 PM
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Put in at Albany, got herring at the creek in Troy, went up to the dam, unfishable, nothing on the FF, back down to the creek, nothing, but a guy on shore did get one. Back down to Alb, many herring, no bass. Temp 53, clarity ok. It should be illegal to use blood worms in the Hudson, invasive species. Pretty soon they will be crawling up the side of your boat, biting you on the foot.
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Old 05-18-2019, 01:03 AM
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We had another good day with 24 fish many of which were over 35 inches. In the morning the schools in Hyde Park were off the hook on flood tide but quickly disappeared at slack into ebb. They reappeared at the Mid Hudson Bridge after spawning and were very aggressive eaters. This only lasted 20 minutes and they were gone. So we drifted down to the Canoe club where every fish caught was over 35 inches. Water Temps were 55-56. Reports from Newburgh were a tough bite. Back at it at 5am. I will eventually Post pics.
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Old 05-18-2019, 06:40 AM
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Fished last night from 5 to 9pm catskill area. Caught herring with little problems at mouth of creek.

Drifted powerlines to bridge in the channel. Most of the time I was in 40ft water. Scope was very quiet in dual beam DI mode. One or two time the live herring seemed nervous. One herring got his back half ripped off. Seemed to fast of a run off to be caught on something below. Chunked the last 45 minuted just souht of the bridge. No fish.

Heading out this morning to fish 2 or 3 hours. Then I'll head somewhere with the surf rods. Flipping a coin between hyde park area maybe on boat or heading north to albany bike path with bikes.
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Old 05-18-2019, 08:53 PM
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Fished around Selkirk for a while in the morning, herring were difficult to find. Pulled the boat and tried Albany to Troy for the afternoon. Herring were easy, marked a few fish but I think they were headed south. Temps were 55-56. Historically this is my best week. Not the case this year. How’s the migration? Any further push north or is this it for the Albany area.
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Old 05-19-2019, 01:18 AM
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Fished the Albany area this morning 6am-10am and absolutely crushed them. Landed 22 fish in four hours all on fresh chunk. I have never had a morning like that on the upper section of the river. The biggest of the morning went 39 inches and all released to live another day. Ongoing boat issues may sideline me for a few days but hopefully I'm not done yet.
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Old 05-19-2019, 04:21 AM
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Fished the Albany area this morning 6am-10am and absolutely crushed them. Landed 22 fish in four hours all on fresh chunk. I have never had a morning like that on the upper section of the river. The biggest of the morning went 39 inches and all released to live another day. Ongoing boat issues may sideline me for a few days but hopefully I'm not done yet.
That's fantastic. We fished Albany the same time and had 1 fish!
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Old 05-19-2019, 07:51 AM
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Fished the Albany area this morning 6am-10am and absolutely crushed them. Landed 22 fish in four hours all on fresh chunk. I have never had a morning like that on the upper section of the river. The biggest of the morning went 39 inches and all released to live another day. Ongoing boat issues may sideline me for a few days but hopefully I'm not done yet.
What's your secret?
Did you fish at a certain depth?
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Old 05-19-2019, 08:51 AM
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Impressive to land that many in only 4 hours up here. Nice work. It averages about 11 minutes a fish.
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Old 05-19-2019, 09:27 AM
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Fished catskill again around 730-10pm. 4 lines of chunk in. I had maybe one run off, but no stripers. Picked up a a huge catfish for me atleast.


Lots of seasoned boats fishing a moving from spot to spot.


Do these fish keep moving up until their instinct says the spawn conditions are right. Or.. Do they want to spawn in a predetermined location. Last year they spawned here, next year the same area.


Was starring at that full moon hoping the season keep going some more................
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Old 05-19-2019, 04:58 PM
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Put in at Albany today, 56 deg clarity good, FF lit up like a Christmas tree. Got one at 24" on live. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gQBNPQbL5s
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Old 05-19-2019, 08:50 PM
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Interesting what a difference in location and time can make. Fished Friday 5/17 9am-8pm, landed 4 but all had size with biggest being 42" and smallest was 33". Back out Sat 730am-1230pm and got zippo. Tried again for evening 530-8pm, still nothing. Back out Sun 5/19 1030am-3pm and continued to strike out. Was between New Hamburg and Poughkeepsie.
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Old 05-19-2019, 09:28 PM
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The spawn is in full swing as is the bite. We hit the water again Sat am (5/18) and stayed until Sun evening. There was widespread spawning from Hyde Park to Newburgh. Sat we fished South of Rogers Point and ended up with 48 fish from 7am to 3pm with the best bite being Ebb tide but they did aggressively feed on both tides. We spent the night on the water and fished from Marlboro to Poughkeepsie. There were very few fish and we did not get any. Around midnight was the first time for the season I saw some schools on the West bank which is probably the first arrivals who are spawned out and going back. Sunday we ran right up to Rogers and fished above to black creek. The bite was absolutely on fire. We got 66 fish from 7am to noon then the wind kicked up and shut the bite down. This was done from Slack into Flood tide. We did go to IBM and managed one nice fat 29 incher. The full moon has sparked the spawn and bite. After this year's info I'm not so convinced that these fish are temp dependent and may be more calendar oriented on where to spawn. Water temps started around 55 degrees and ended at 69 degrees.
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