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Old 04-20-2020, 07:59 PM
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You must be talking about the people hanging out at the bridge. Fished off the wall with my daughter for a half hour. No luck though. Took off when a few other vehicles pulled up. Gonna try again this weekend
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Swung by the Poestenkill after work today. 6-8 people standing shoulder to shoulder... no masks. I kept on driving. That’s the fastest way to end our season.
Yeah .... bruno's wasn't pretty sunday when I stopped and watched
u are correct and as a result the DEC will be monitoring the 1st street bridge at the postenkill and start ticketing one’s that are violating
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Old 04-23-2020, 07:47 AM
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We fished Marlboro yesterday from 9am to 7pm....probably the coldest day I have ever fished with a nasty West wind. There were plenty of fish traveling below 20 feet and lots of big ones too but they had very little interest in feeding. We ended up with two 24" fish....nice, fat and fresh looking. The fish frequently cane up to our worms but wouldnt take em. I suspect these early fish are fixated on herring and chasine them North so they are less interested in worms. There were clouds of herring. Water temp as 48.5. Back out Fri after the nasty weather moves on.
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We fished Marlboro yesterday from 9am to 7pm....probably the coldest day I have ever fished with a nasty West wind. There were plenty of fish traveling below 20 feet and lots of big ones too but they had very little interest in feeding. We ended up with two 24" fish....nice, fat and fresh looking. The fish frequently cane up to our worms but wouldnt take em. I suspect these early fish are fixated on herring and chasine them North so they are less interested in worms. There were clouds of herring. Water temp as 48.5. Back out Fri after the nasty weather moves on.
hey doc any luck with the herring in the main river?
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I kinda wish we had some herring because I'm pretty sure that is what these early fish are fixated on and feeding on as opposed to blood worms but we had none....we say LOTS of clouds of herring heading north in the main channel though with Stripers clearly seen on down imaging behind them.
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Once the water warms up a couple degrees its gonna be on fire
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Once the water warms up a couple degrees its gonna be on fire
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Hit the posty this afternoon not a fish didn’t even see one in the water
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Hit the catskill from shore with a sabiki. Didn't get one. The usual suspects in the boats were getting herring in the hole....

Best herring fishermen of the day were the osprey... Every 5 or 10 minutes one was flying overhead with a loaded bomb fuselage........

I smile every time I see one with a herring. Osprey all business and the herring is pissed!
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where they getting any?
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Managed a sole herring for the day near the castleton bridge. Marked them but they didn’t cooperate. Water temp just over 48°. I did catch an American shad. Highlight of the day besides the weather. They’re fun on a sabiki. Released without harm.
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Schodack today. Still too cold wouldn't bite. Gonna get colder.
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Managed a sole herring for the day near the castleton bridge. Marked them but they didn’t cooperate. Water temp just over 48°. I did catch an American shad. Highlight of the day besides the weather. They’re fun on a sabiki. Released without harm.
caught about a half dozen shad. They are fun
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Anyone having any luck with herring on the main river?
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