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Date posted April 15, 2018 1:14 PM
Posted by 9ftrbx
Report location New York > Hudson River
Fishing method Surf
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The Hudson River is alive and it felt great wetting the lines for the first time this season. Took advantage of the gorgeous weather yesterday, and went up to Croton. I got there earlier enough to enjoy a full day of fishing with my daughters catching Striper schoolies on blood worms. We caught 8 and released all 8. The biggest one was about 18 inches. The schoolies were all teen size. Last year there seemed to be more micros. Great day until the wind began to blow hard in the evening. The water was very clear since we haven't had any heavy rain yet. There was also no cat fish or perch to eat up your blood worms. I can not wait to get back. This cool early spring weather will help keep the perch and cat fish at bay for a little. Tight lines and enjoy!

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