Larger Bass In The Area Now

2007-05-09 06:34:03
Saugerties, New York - Saltwater Fishing Report
Hudson River Saugerties Area
Chuck Graham

The start of the 07 spring run was about ten days delayed due to the Nor'easter that made a visit to us, but all is well now. The last seven trips that we ran brought fish up to the 30lb class with most in the mid twentys. Any time now we will start to see fish in the trophy class, 40lbs and up. We still have some dates available so give us a call. Fish will be in until about the end of the first week in June.

Capt. Chuck Graham

Angler Sportfishing Charters

Fish Species: Striped Bass
Bait Used: Chunk and Live
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Water Temperature: 56
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Chuck Graham

About The Author: Captain Chuck Graham

Company: Angler Charter Boat

Area Reporting: Hudson River - Staten Island, NY

Bio: Captain Chuck Graham has been fishing the waters of the North Atlantic for the past 30 years both inshore and offshore, from Provincetown MA on Cape Cod to Cape May NJ. Fishing both commercially and as a charter boat captain. Since 1995 he has fished in the sportfishing category exclusively, using the vast knowledge gained through many years experience on the water to provide a memorable day's experience for many people aboard his charters. On April 29, 2001 while fishing the Hudson River Spring Run for Striped Bass we boated the largest Striped Bass in New York for that year and tied the all time Inland Record at 54 Lbs 6 Oz. Captain Chuck holds a USCG Masters License and is fully insured of course.

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