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Old 10-08-2004, 08:01 PM
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Default hudson river fall run?

IN MY LOCAL PAPER YESTERDAY
THEY SAID THERE WAS A FALL RUN OF SMALL STRIPERS IN THE RIVER.
THIS IS NEWS TO ME
DOES ANY ONE OUT THERE NO OF THIS. IAM KNOW EXPERT
I JUST NEVER HEARD OF STRIPERS IN THE UPPER HUDSON IN THE FALL.
THANKS FOR ANY INFO. STRIPERS2 :?
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Old 10-09-2004, 03:46 PM
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stripers2 Welcome to the Board :D

Well since no one else answered. Ill tell you that the party boats work the Hudson beginning in september through November for the fall run. The small stripers live there until they are 3 years old (18 inches) and then some of them join the migration southward with the large schools. some live there all year round. The smaller ones have been spotted near the shorelines. Here is some info on the river although not the greatest. nor comprehensive. I will update it shortly. https://stripers247.com/Hudsonriverstripedbass.htm

The fall run begins now in the Hudson and all surrounding areas, many large fish travel up that river in search of herring and other forage. We find them in January in the Raritan bay and these presumably are Hudson stripers.

Ill update that page real soon.

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Old 10-09-2004, 10:10 PM
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THANKS FOR THE INFO
I GAVE IT A TRY TODAY ,IAM UP BY ALBANY
I MARKED A LOT OF FISH RUNNING NEAR THE SURFACE, BUT I NEVER GOT A HIT. TRYED JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING, DRIFTED, CUT BAIT
JIGS , PLUGS
IT`S TIME FOR ME TO PUT THE BOAT AWAY, GET READY FOR BOWHUNTING, THEN GET OUT THE ICE FISHING GEAR.
BEST OF LUCK TO YOU, JIM
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used to date a girl in selkirk a hunert years ago. Albany is nice.

Keep some Venison for a november shore fishing cookout on the beach. Me and my buddy bunker bob (emmit) have done it at least once each of the last few years. Venison sausages. I can smell em now. 8)
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THAT SOUNDS GOOD TOO ME, VENISON STEW ON THE RIVER
I THINK I WILL WAIT FOR ONE OF THE TUGS TO COME UP THE RIVER AND BRAKE UP THE ICE SO I CAN GO FISHING TO. :roll:
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sorry 2 I forgot that far up river is frozen. Maybe make the trip to the coast or down to the mouth of the hudson. Thats were the big girls are in November. I make a killer venisen stew. The key is in marinating the venisen in milk and then braising it after coating it in wheat germ. This stuff I could sell. 8)
Grilled striped bass and venison stew right on the beach. 8) Its all in the preparation. Unfortunately whoever cooks aint fishin. Thats why you set up at low tide. :twisted: Turkey fryer, grill and percolator. Too much gear? :D
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Old 10-10-2004, 09:28 PM
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I THINK LOW TIDE MITE WORK, A LOT OF TIMES THE ICE BRAKES
AWAY FROM THE SHORE WHEN THE TIDE GOES OUT. AS FOR COOKING
I DONT MIND, IT`S EASER THAN CUTTING HOLES IN THE ICE TO FISH,I FISH AFTER WE EAT.
BREAD THE STRIPER WITH A LITTLE BATTER ADD A AS MUCH MILLER LITE, AS YOU LIKE. FINISH OFF THE REST OF THE MILLER LITE, WILE
YOU DEEP FRY THE STRIPER. YUM YUM, BURP.
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