The Hudson River starts deep in New York’s Adirondack Mountains and flows south until it empties into the New York Harbor. The Mohawk River joins the Hudson at Waterford where the river actually becomes an estuary. It is sometimes called the North River and has historical significance for being a mode of transport to the deep interior of New York. The lower part of the river is seated in the Hudson Valley which is known for its beauty and this part of the river is often compared to the Rhine River in Germany.
Hudson River Fishing Charters
Striped bass are the pride of the Hudson River and when these fish start running you’d better hold on to the rod! Very large schools of stripers will be found by Captain Ace’s experience and the latest technology available to the modern fisherman. When you’re out with the captain, catching striped bass is guaranteed.
Take a look at Captain Ace’s charter packages and contact him any time to schedule or ask questions. You can always see the latest Hudson River fishing report and when you book a trip with Captain Ace catching stripers is guaranteed! Book today, you won’t be disappointed with Captain Ace’s Hudson River fishing charters.
Hudson River Fishing Reports
Latest – 5/18/2013
Well hear we are folks coming into the home stretch of the 2013 Striper season and what a season it has been. We have been getting multiple bites and hook-ups on a daily basis. We have had many limit catches as well as some very happy first time clients. This is a charter captain’s relief. As many of you know, the last few years on the Hudson have been very difficult due to all the inclement weather and torrential rains.
This year she has made a genuine attempt to make up for it. My only wish is that some of my clients who have had a tough time in the past would come back again to see just how good the striper fishing can be. We had a first yesterday for us. James Weaver actually caught a 6lb walleye on a whole live herring. We did release the fish back into the river. We will be pulling the boat this Friday and will be heading up to Lake Ontario in preparation for the Pro-Am tournaments which will be during the first two weekends of June. I do have several prime Lake Ontario charter trips to fill for those that might be interested.
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