More than likely these will be the last ones for this year. Right through Memorial Day weekend stripers ranging in size from 18 to 32 inches were still being sporadically caught all up and down the valley from Troy to Newburgh. When those early run stripers do finally arrive here they will be hungry. The selection is best right now.
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Winter Striper Fishing
Tie One On Charters - Striper Fishing on the Hudson River
Fluking and Striper Fishing. Under these conditions, the first striped bass of the season will be caught. There are not many baitfish along the beaches at this time of year, but there are plenty of clams. If the fish drags the bait laterally across the bottom, the line will either slip through the sinker or it will roll. The picture which you see at the top of this page shows what great fish these cats are.
Striped Bass Fishing in the Spring
These early fish were taken on bloodworms, and some even on nightcrawlers, since herring generally are not available around here until about the second or third week of April. Here at the River Basin Sports Shop our business has been good and this is much appreciated. The River Basin no longer issues fishing licenses. Views Read Edit View history. But when they do arrive the ones that you may catch and keep will be different from what you were allowed in years past.
And, as good as the quieter flow was for some fishing spots on the Hudson, it did nothing but spoil it for other locations - the lack of stronger flow allowed weed growth to clog up a few of our better honey holes. That was the time that the members of our local Catskill fishing club had traditionally waited for through three preceding long months of winter. This is about 5 to 8 degrees below the level at which we normally expect to see the start of the annual striped bass spawn. A spring time sight to make the pulse of any long-time Hudson River striper fisherman beat a little harder has been the arrival of the ospreys back to local waters.