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Gobies Have Officially Invaded the Hudson River. That’s Bad News for Striped Bass

Hudson River striped bass fishing – What you need to know

… estuary when the forsythia begin to bloom. But as we’ve learned, the coastwide abundance of striped bass is on the decline, according to the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission. New … Read More

Progress on protecting menhaden, striped bass

… industry accountable over harvest limits for menhaden, and requiring circle hooks in angling for striped bass. With your help, we spoke up this year to protect a critical species of fish – … Read More

Striped bass mortality increases: fishing regs to change

Like it or not, change is coming for striped bass anglers all along the Atlantic Coast. In 2018, the benchmark stock assessment of … Read More

Join Our Fight to Protect Hudson River Fish from Indian Point!

… finding that closed-cycle cooling must be built at Indian Point, in order to fully protect striped bass, American Shad, river herring and other key Hudson River fish that have suffered … Read More

Matthew Best

… to monitor our important migratory fish species such as Atlantic sturgeon, shortnose sturgeon, striped bass, American eel, river herring and American shad. With Riverkeeper, Matthew is working … Read More

5 clean water lessons from Newburgh’s ‘boring machine’

… Newburgh’s waterfront that stretches to a stunning view of the Hudson Highlands, is a critical striped bass spawning area. Whether for aquatic life or the communities of people along its … Read More

Hudson Valley environmental organizations rally together as the Clean Water Act turns 50

… project from defacing the iconic beauty of the Hudson Highlands and destroying the river’s striped bass fishery. This campaign not only revived interest in the Hudson but in all of our … Read More

Fishable, Drinkable, Swimmable Water in Peekskill

… and Columbia University have gathered for years, and the state of signature fish species like striped bass, shad, and sturgeon. RSVP by 5:00 PM on September 21 by emailing … Read More

Protecting the Hudson from a threat worse than pollution

… have significant consequences; among them: decline in recreational fishing. Notably, recreational striped bass fishing on the Hudson River, which is both a strong cultural force and a major … Read More
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