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Old 02-22-2018, 10:14 AM
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** SHOW EM' IF YA GOT EM' **


Post any 2018 Striper Reports and photos here. Hope to see a bunch of HAWGS.
Feel free to include county or general area, No need to give up specific spots or honey holes.


Please try and limit it to just reports & congrats.


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Old 04-05-2018, 03:09 PM
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The Haverstraw holdovers mobilized this week and there was a good run from Newburgh to Marlboro including Wappingers Creek. My guess is they will slow down a bit due to this cold but they should continue their trek up N in a few days and we will see a week or 2 lull until the migratory fish arrive.
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Old 04-06-2018, 01:00 AM
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Doc I am guessing that those were recent catches?? Niceeeeeee
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Old 04-06-2018, 10:21 AM
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Yes....this past Sun and Mon.
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Old 04-07-2018, 07:59 PM
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Fished Marlboro Bay today in a buddies boat.....between taking on water, constantly running the bilge pumps and having to jump the solenoid every time to start the boat we were still able to get some lines in the water....marked scattered fish but no takers. Some were caught by others though....schoolies.
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Old 04-08-2018, 04:29 PM
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The Haverstraw holdovers mobilized this week and there was a good run from Newburgh to Marlboro including Wappingers Creek. My guess is they will slow down a bit due to this cold but they should continue their trek up N in a few days and we will see a week or 2 lull until the migratory fish arrive.
Hi Doc,
The holdovers spend the winter in Haverstraw? Nice Fish!
Thanks,
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Old 04-10-2018, 05:45 PM
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Dad caught 4 fish this morning off plum point from shore. 8 am to 12. 23 inch being the biggest with a tag in it. Dennings cove has been good as well, my brother and father both landing a couple schoolies couple days ago. Biggest was 24 inches. All from shore. Bloodworms.
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Old 04-10-2018, 06:29 PM
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Hey guys, new user here from Kingston. I live in the City of Kingston and keep the boat at Certified Marina on The Rondout Creek. I've spent about 45 hours the past few days fishing from the bank (Boats not going in until the hogs arrive). I've put in about 16 hours in the Creek alone. People reported from the marina, hooking into some keeper sizes on Saturday right at the outlet of the creek into the hudson. Blood and Sand worms are what they've been biting on and it was 2 hours before tide went out and the 2 hour after it. I put in a 4 hour day today in Rondout (About 300 yards up stream from the hudson) for the tide change this afternoon and just caught a LOAD of Bullheads and a 4 inch Striper and a Hickory Shad. Gonna hit the point tomorrow from the bank too, has anyone fished the point in the past few days?

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Old 04-10-2018, 08:12 PM
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Dad caught 4 fish this morning off plum point from shore. 8 am to 12. 23 inch being the biggest with a tag in it. Dennings cove has been good as well, my brother and father both landing a couple schoolies couple days ago. Biggest was 24 inches. All from shore. Bloodworms.
Thanks for sharing. Spending the week getting the boat ready. Hoping the warm weather over the weekend brings good things.
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Old 04-10-2018, 09:21 PM
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0 for 3 trips so far this year in Highland. No follows on the stoolie, no hits on chunk.
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Old 04-11-2018, 11:05 PM
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Off the Charters did well today with 15 boated......some 30" fish too.
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I fished this morning in Haverstraw Bay. It started biting on blood warms after 9 on high tide and stopped when tide changed around 12. the size from 16 to 22. I had a great day on the water, even though it's Friday 13.
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I fished the Kingston Point today where the trolley tracks end, for about 5 hours. I started at 11 AM, which was 1.5 hours till high tide was fully in. I got skunked. Not even any catfish wanted to come out and play =( . Hopefully this warm weather brings some more bass up here in Kingston, because so far I think the best I've heard boated was around 19". Good old Howard at the Howard Motel in Esopus did land a 31 incher. But he actually has lines in the water 24/7.
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Old 04-14-2018, 01:24 PM
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Put in at HH Friday, 4/13. Boat ran good, 3 cats on worms and minnows. Marked a few small suspended schools in the channel. Water temp 42. Nice day on the river. Eagles on their nest. Water clarity very good, Monday's rain will probably ruin it for a while.
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Fished couple hours out of Kingston today marked a few no takers tried blood worms last time I waste 12 dollars and lady told me she gave me a deal there usually 14 but they were a little small well the hook was bigger then the worm these people should be embarrassed selling that product gonna try again next weekend with some herring
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