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    Paddle in the Hudson

    Quote Originally Posted by willywhit View Post
    did you eat it ? when I lived on MV we would make Bass Pizza
    Neither of us know how (or willing) to handle fish.
    We donated the fish to a senior center where other guys also donate once in a while.
    Most the time, we catch and release.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nutmegchoi View Post
    Neither of us know how (or willing) to handle fish.
    We donated the fish to a senior center where other guys also donate once in a while.
    Most the time, we catch and release.
    I bet you could sign up for a class, learn to clean and fillet. My dad taught me as a kid. A few summers ago, I learned to shuck oysters like a pro. I've never been big into fishing but as I get older, stuff like golf and kayaks are more appealing. I like to fish, as long as there's beer involved.I just wasn't sure if the Hudson was clean enough to eat a fish out of it. I guess it is.
    Bacon tastes good. Pork chops taste goood.

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    Paddle in the Hudson

    They say the Hudson is “clean enough”.
    This particular fish was pull out of Long Island sound.

    Speaking of fish, I got a few more to share from our beach.
    (our prewar coop has private beach off of Long Island Sound)

    Boyfriend’s.

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    I don’t fish often.
    But when I do, I catch a shark.

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    At the state park along the Hudson by me, there was a sign about limiting the amount of fish to eat from the river. I'll have to see if its still there.

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    I've eaten plenny raw fish, in hawaii. Not sure I'd be grilling anything that came out of the Hudson.
    Bacon tastes good. Pork chops taste goood.

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    As long as they are not glowing, they aint so bad.


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    View right now.

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    Hahaha.

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    Bacon tastes good. Pork chops taste goood.

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    There’s some fun paddling just north of the city as well. Good spots to put in in Tarrytown, Peirmont, Croton, Nyack and north of Peekskill at Annsville Circle. If you go all the way up to Newburgh or Kingston areas it’s even better.

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    Love kayaking

    Kayaking is so much better!

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    Took some pics up near Haverstraw last week. Not my best workClick image for larger version. 

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    Strong finish

    Have you checked out the brewery? Been meaning to find my way there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FLS View Post
    Strong finish

    Have you checked out the brewery? Been meaning to find my way there.
    I've been in a bunch of times, would go more if I didn't live on the other end of the county. They are a quality operations. Lots of variations of IPA of course but they make great lager and stout as well. Very nice people too, definitely worth checking out.

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    Got out on the water yesterday evening, wide section between Piermont and the Tappan Zee Bridge.
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    I thought this would be a rad thread about the upper/upper Hudson... my bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nutmegchoi View Post
    They say the Hudson is “clean enough”.
    This particular fish was pull out of Long Island sound.



    Speaking of fish, I got a few more to share from our beach.
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    Boyfriend’s.

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    I don’t fish often.
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    I love Bluefish cheeks. We used to catch so many Bluefish on party boats in NY/NJ in the '70s (20-30 each in 7 hrs.) that we ate a lot of bluefish sandwiches.

    We would frequently catch 30+lb. stripers off the jetty in Long Branch.

    Rowing in the Hudson sounds like it would have made a good Seinfeld episode.

    Sandshark belly strips makes great fluke bait.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lupolicious View Post
    I thought this would be a rad thread about the upper/upper Hudson... my bad.
    post stoke or stfu
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    Whole different river in Albany
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    Piermont Marsh and Sparkill Creek
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